Job Hunting for Dummies.
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BeschreibungDiscover new ways to find the job you want " Comprehensive and easy to understand, this street-smart reference is a must read!" Tony Lee, Editor-in-Chief, careers.wsj.com Praise For Job Hunting For Dummies® " Max Messmer' s cutting-edge job hunting guide taps the expertise of his company, which places thousands of job seekers every year." George T. Shaheen, President/CEO, Webvan " Max talks today, not yesterday. His advice can make the difference in putting you on top." Joyce Lain Kennedy, syndicated career columnist Packed with job search tips and tactics Finding and landing a good job is not always easy. You may find yourself in a knock-down, drag-out battle with other qualified candidates. How do you give yourself an edge? Job Hunting For Dummies® shows you step-by-step how to set yourself apart from the competition and get the job you really want. Discover how to: Determine what you want in a career Create standout cover letters Prepare resumes that get attention Research and find jobs on the Internet Make a great impression in an interview Get smart! www.dummies.com Register to win cool prizes Browse exclusive articles and excerpts Get a free Dummies Daily e-mail newsletter Chat with authors and preview other books Talk to us, ask questions, get answers
InhaltsverzeichnisForeword. Introduction. PART I: Getting a Handle on the Process. Chapter 1: Getting Off on the Right Foot. Chapter 2: Getting Organized. PART II: Setting Your Targets. Chapter 3: What Are You Looking for, Anyway? Chapter 4: Scoping Out the Market. PART III: The Writes (And Wrongs) of Resume Writing. Chapter 5: Resume Basics. Chapter 6: Deciding Which Resume Style Is for You. Chapter 7: Writing Your Resume. Chapter 8: Getting Your Resume into Print. Chapter 9: Making Your Cover Letter Count. PART IV: Drumming Up Job Leads. Chapter 10: Going Online: The Basics. Chapter 11: Digging Up Information: The Basics of Effective Research. Chapter 12: Networking 101. Chapter 13: Getting the Most Out of Networking. Chapter 14: Creative Reading: Scouring Want Ads. Chapter 15: Jobs by Mail: Conducting a Targeted Direct-Mail Campaign. Chapter 16: The Recruiting Game: Getting Outside Help. Chapter 17: Temporary Work as a Way to Get Discovered. PART V: Answering the Call: Keys to Successful Interviewing. Chapter 18: Getting Ready for Show Time. Chapter 19: Winning Ways: How to Handle Yourself During the Interview. Chapter 20: Staying in Control: When Bad Things Happen to Good Interviewees. Chapter 21: End Game: Closing the Interview on a Winning Note. Chapter 22: Nailing Down the Offer. PART VI: The Part of Tens. Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Get Started on the Right Foot in Your New Job. Chapter 24: Ten Ways to Keep Up Your Morale. Chapter 25: Ten Bold Interviewing Tactics to Make You Stand Out from the Crowd. Chapter 26: The Ten Most Valuable Resources in Your Job Search. Chapter 27: Ten Questions Frequently Asked by Job Hunters. Appendix: Resources. Index. Book Registration Information.
PortraitMax Messmer, author of Human Resources Kit For Dummies, is chairman and CEO of Robert Half International Inc., the world's largest specialized staffing firm.
Untertitel: 'For Dummies'. Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: FOR DUMMIES
Erscheinungsdatum: August 1999
Seitenanzahl: 408 Seiten