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Kick Off Your Career is no ordinary job-search book. The author has spent fifteen years researching the best methods for getting the perfect job. The day of graduation, millions of students across the country will also enter the job market, a market the New York Times recently termed "the worst job market for college graduates in nearly a decade." What will set the reader apart from the competition? This book is full of exercises and assessment techniques to help the reader figure out what career is best for them.
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Kate Wendleton is a nationally recognized authority on career development. She has been a career coach since 1978, when she founded the Five O'Clock Club and developed its methodology to help job hunters and career changers of all levels in job-search-strategy groups. This methodology is now used by branches of the Five O'Clock Club which meet weekly in the United States and Canada, and has over 8,000 members. Kate is also a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist and a respected authority and speaker on career development. She has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, CNBC, Larry King, National Public Radio and CBS, and in The New York Times, The Economist, The Chicago Tribune, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, Business Week and other national media.From Publishers Weekly:
Nationally syndicated career columnist Kate Wendleton founded the Five O'Clock Club in 1978 to help job hunters, career changers and consultants. She's written books on targeting jobs, landing interviews and building resumes, and now offers Kick Off Your Career: Write a Winning Resume, Ace Your Interview, Negotiate a Great Salary to help recent college graduates find not just a job, but a career. With a 5.9% national unemployment rate for July of this year, job seekers need all the advice they can get, and Wendleton delivers stark, realistic tips and loads of case studies to illustrate her points. For example, her counsel "expect to be paid fairly" is fleshed out with the story of a man who, after being laid off, took a job that offered considerably more money than he was previously making, only to be fired within four months. Wendleton's point: the man wasn't worth such a high salary and should've realized that. She also thoroughly explains how to change careers, efficiently use job posting Web sites and follow up after an interview, even if there is no immediate job available.
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Book Description Delmar Cengage Learning, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M156414643X