Time To Find A New Job (Gavin F. Redelman)

 
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Time To Find A New Job (Gavin F. Redelman)

In this book, you'll find tried-and-true guidance on how to write a resume, how to write a cover letter, how to use social media to project a professional image, how to get ready for a job search, and the value of networking, how to prepare for an interview, how to conduct a job search, and how to handle interview questions.

No longer will a hastily written résumé and an appearance at the job interview suffice to guarantee employment.

It contains information on how to write a resume, what a cover letter is for, how to present yourself professionally on social media, how to get ready for a job hunt, and the value of networking. Interview preparation approaches to the job search, and interview questions.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
Gavin Redelman is well renowned for being an expert in "Achievement Based" resume writing and a career planner. Gavin is a well-known resume-writing guru who is also a prolific blogger. He has had pieces published in newspapers, journals, student, and graduate publications all around the world.
Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
(2013)
eBook Format
PDF (60 pages)
Language
English
ISBN-13
978-87-403-0402-2

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