Job Hunting for Rookies

Job Hunting for Rookies

Book - 2009
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For anyone who is seeking a new job and wants to make sure they get a great one!

Part of the launch of a major new series - 'Rookies' - by Marshall Cavendish. Become skilled and knowledgeable in just one week- information and advice is straight to the point, fast to read and easy to digest. The one-stop manual for job hunters of all levels. Written by a leading practitioner and expert in the field.

Virtually everyone will have to go through the process of looking for a new job at one stage in their career. In fact these days, it's not uncommon to be doing this half a dozen times throughout your whole career. But the difference between finding an ordinary job and a job that is great comes down to the job-hunting techniques that you adopt. This book is aimed at anyone who is job hunting. It will show you how to ensure you are successful in your search. Moreover, by applying these techniques, the book will steer you towards a job that matches your ambitions and interests, to ensure that you end up with one that provides you with all-round satisfaction.

Rob Yeung is a leading career advisor and business psychologist. He is the author of several books on careers and appears frequently on national television as an expert commentator and presenter. He is based in Hammersmith, London.

Publisher: London : Marshall Cavendish Business ; [Madrid, Spain] : LID, 2009
ISBN: 9780462099569
0462099563
Call Number: 650.14 Y48j
Characteristics: 176 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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