How to Get Hired (Paperback)
Job Market Secrets Every Grad Needs to Know
Wisdom Moon Publishing, 9781938459467, 102pp.
Publication Date: June 1, 2016
List Price: 16.00*
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How to Get Hired is an honest and often-humorous conversation between the job seeker, employers, recently hired employees, and the reader's new-found recruiter, Jill. This quick read is filled with cut-to-the-chase advice. Just as if you were sitting in Jill's office, you'll quickly learn how to get a job faster and easier than going it alone. Real-life stories about interviews and hires gone wrong transform this tutorial into a reality show about entering the workforce. This book captures the essential guidance that Jill has given every day to grads fresh out of college who needed help finding a job and for the first time in their lives realized no one could help them do it. It was the first and most important thing they had to do and they had to do it alone. In reading this book, they will not be truly alone. What are employers really looking for on a resume? Learn to construct a resume that guarantees an interview. What is your interviewer's goal? Find out what you should never say on an interview and why. What behaviors and personal styles will stop you from receiving job offers? How can your ABCs (attitude, behavior, and character) attract others and lead to your potential coworkers having a positive impression about you in the office? I have been teaching for 38 years and have never found a book that provides EVERYTHING a graduating student (undergrad or grad) needs to know to land that perfect job...never, until now. Jill DeSena-Shook's How to Get Hired is that book My students have read the book and they always react the same way: WOW The book shows them the reality of job hunting, the necessary preparation, selecting target companies, getting company information, what really matters in the interview, and so much more. How to Get Hired will become THE book that every graduating student must follow. So, you want a job? Read the book.