How to get a job you'll love - 2009/10 edition

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Focusing on career planning, this book sets out a five-point plan of action which includes networking, job search strategies and successful interview techniques. It includes information for MBA students, along with CV advice, and ideas and suggestions about portfolio careers.

John Lees' bestselling careers manual teaches you how to tap into your hidden talents and identify what type of career you really want. It helps readers to overcome some of the most common mental barriers that stand in the way of career change, and sets out a five-point plan of action which includes networking, job search strategies and successful interview techniques. Now in its fifth edition, How To Get A Job You'll Love has been updated to include new resources and references. NEW IN 2009/10 EDITION: Competency based interviews material in Chapter 12 Revised Chap 9 on finding the right field of work Revised Chap 10 on making a complete career change Appendix 2 Case studies of clients who have been helped by the book Updated material on age discrimination New list of useful job sites John Lees' bestselling careers manual teaches you how to tap into your hidden talents and identify what type of career you really want. It helps readers to overcome some of the most common mental barriers that stand in the way of career change, and sets out a five-point plan of action which includes networking, job search strategies and successful interview techniques. Now in its fifth edition, How To Get A Job You'll Love has been updated to include new resources and references. NEW IN 2009/10 EDITION: Competency based interviews material in Chapter 12 Revised Chap 9 on finding the right field of work Revised Chap 10 on making a complete career change Appendix 2 Case studies of clients who have been helped by the book Updated material on age discrimination New list of useful job sites

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Author(s):
Lees, John, 1958-
Condition:
Used: as new
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0077121805

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Focusing on career planning, this book sets out a five-point plan of action which includes networking, job search strategies and successful interview techniques. It includes information for MBA students, along with CV advice, and ideas and suggestions about portfolio careers.

John Lees' bestselling careers manual teaches you how to tap into your hidden talents and identify what type of career you really want. It helps readers to overcome some of the most common mental barriers that stand in the way of career change, and sets out a five-point plan of action which includes networking, job search strategies and successful interview techniques. Now in its fifth edition, How To Get A Job You'll Love has been updated to include new resources and references. NEW IN 2009/10 EDITION: Competency based interviews material in Chapter 12 Revised Chap 9 on finding the right field of work Revised Chap 10 on making a complete career change Appendix 2 Case studies of clients who have been helped by the book Updated material on age discrimination New list of useful job sites John Lees' bestselling careers manual teaches you how to tap into your hidden talents and identify what type of career you really want. It helps readers to overcome some of the most common mental barriers that stand in the way of career change, and sets out a five-point plan of action which includes networking, job search strategies and successful interview techniques. Now in its fifth edition, How To Get A Job You'll Love has been updated to include new resources and references. NEW IN 2009/10 EDITION: Competency based interviews material in Chapter 12 Revised Chap 9 on finding the right field of work Revised Chap 10 on making a complete career change Appendix 2 Case studies of clients who have been helped by the book Updated material on age discrimination New list of useful job sites

Author(s):
Lees, John, 1958-
Condition:
Used: as new
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0077121805

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