This positive, highly focused program provides you with an accelerated schedule that reduces the conventional six- to twelve-month job-search qsleepwalkq into a well-thought-out blitz. In what is the first really fresh job-hunting idea since What Color is Your Parachute?, 30 Days to a Good Job puts you on a strategic, systematic 30-day program that leaves you no time to become discouraged. This positive, highly focused program provides you with an accelerated schedule that reduces the conventional six- to twelve-month job-search qsleepwalkq into a well-thought-out blitz that gets you not one but a half-dozen contacts in each of your prospective companies and up to 150 job contacts in a single month. 30 Days to a Good Job will show you: How to arm yourself with the most effective self-marketing techniques to beat out the competition; How to use a highly structured 30-Day Job Planning Calendar, complete with specific assignments to perform daily; How to speed up your job search by employing Job Prospect Cards (listing company names and key decision-makers within the organization), Life Experience Cards (documenting work, education, and social experiences to help individualize resumes and cover letters), and a Contact Notebook (featuring pertinent information for follow-up letters and phone calls); How to develop your own original, hand-tailored letters and resumes as adjuncts to the all-important and decisive job interviews; How to computerize your job search.At best, at the end of your 15-minute (or longer) interview, the person youa#39;ve been meeting with could offer you a job or invite you ... Once in the managera#39;s office, it will help to be able to deliver something of value a that report you have done on the field, or an outline of products or services you propose to build a business around. During the course of your presentation and the ensuing conversation, you should ask as many questions about the managera#39;s business as you can a toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Thirty Days to a Good Job|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 1994-04-26|