Here is a clear, concise guide to launching an effective '90s-style job search - and getting results - by tapping the Mother of all Networks. Thousands of career opportunities are posted on the Internet every day. By following the advice provided here, you'll learn how to make the most of the Net's smorgasbord of possibilities, using its vast resources to research companies and career opportunities, make contacts, and - most importantly - get in the door! Online experts Alfred and Emily Glossbrenner cover a wide variety of job markets, including international employment opportunities, emphasizing academic, government, science and hi-tech, business, and health care opportunities. Learn how to make the most of the Online Career Center and other resources, including major commercial services such as America Online, CompuServe, and Prodigy.For $1100 you could get an IBM-brand 486SX25 aquot;multimedia PCaquot; with a double- speed CD-ROM drive, a modem, and all ... Basic, no frills, Hewlett-Packard (HP)- compatible laser printers were selling at many stores for as little as $400. Thus, for between $1000 and $1500, you should be able to get a laser printer and a desktop or notebook computer with plenty of power. ... Hardware aamp; software basics Quick-start guides to Internet basics Hardware aamp; software basics 3 Computer brandsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Finding a Job on the Internet|
|Author||:||Alfred Glossbrenner, Emily Glossbrenner|
|Publisher||:||Computing McGraw-Hill - 1995-01-01|