You're Better Than Your Job Search
Publication Date: September 21, 2010
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You've made the decision that it's time to move on. Or, the decision may have been made for you. The basic goals remain the same, but parts of the process may have changed since your last real job search – and you've likely changed, too. You need the latest directions for advanced career management. You're Better Than Your Job Search is an informative guidebook that provides easy-to-understand best practices and tools to help you keep your job search on track. • Crafting an Advertisement (Resume) • What’s your 30-Second Elevator Pitch? • Selling vs. Telling During Interviews • What You Can Learn From Politicians • Negotiating the Right Salary – You First! • The First 90 Days – Now What? You’re Better Than Your Job Search takes you on a journey through the chasm that too often separates the people who are looking to hire and those looking to be hired. Shining a light into that void, you will discover that it’s not nearly as baffling as it may look. You’re Better Than You’re Job Search takes the mystery out of the job search process and removes the confusion, frustration and fear from one of the important decisions of your life.
Marc Cenedella is founder and CEO of TheLadders. His passion in life is jobs, their sociology and culture: the process by which everyone passes from family through school and into a career. The subject of jobs itself is Marc’s chosen devotion in his professional life. Marc is a widely recognized thought leader on job search, career management, recruiting, and employment related issues. Prior to founding TheLadders, Marc was a senior vice president at HotJobs. Marc holds an MBA with high distinction from Harvard Business School where he was named a Baker Scholar.
Matthew Rothenberg is editor-in-chief of TheLadders. He has written professionally about people’s careers, lives and passions for more than two decades. He began his career in technology journalism and was editor-in-chief of eWEEK magazine along with stints at ZDNet, CNET and Hachette Filipacchi. Matthew won the Jesse H. Neal Award for business journalism and lives in New Jersey with his wife and children.