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  • In Search of the Perfect Job: 8 Steps to the $250

    • Author: Clyde Lowstuter
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $19.95

    Find the Executive Position that Gives You the Opportunity, the Challenges, And the Competitive Salary that You Deserve!

    In Search of the Perfect Job gives you the edge to land a job that matches your senior-level experience and status. Fully revised and updated for leaders committed to growth, it prepares you for the next step-whether you're making a career move, or want to take charge of your career so that you won't be blindsided by a downsizing or a “new broom.”

    “A highly motivating guide for executives seeking to make a move or readying themselves for that eventuality. If you master the tools provided, you will achieve your career goals.”-S. Gary Snodgrass, EVP & Chief HR Officer, Exelon Corporation

    “Every executive should buy this book! Clyde has accurately positioned executive recruiters as partners and one of the many tools in your search arsenal.”-Edward Santimauro, Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry International

    “Lowstuter has distilled a lifetime of coaching into a wonderfully crafted owner's manual for executives committed to optimizing their careers.”-William A. Colaianni, VP/General Director,Wal-Mart Stores and Amigo Supermarkets, San Juan, Puerto Rico

    . Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.


  • 000+ Executive Job That’s Right for You

    • Author: Derek Kidner
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $16.00

    "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom." In the Wisdom literature of the Bible we first hear the cool voice of a teacher calling us to think--to think hard and humbly. "How long will fools hate knowledge?" cries Wisdom in the book of Proverbs. Then in Job comes the anguished voice of the questioner, earnest enough to seek answers, honest enough to doubt easy ones. In Ecclesiastes the chastened tone of the Preacher warns of the vanity of all life under the sun. Sensitive to both literary form and theological content, Derek Kidner introduces Proverbs, Job and Ecclesiastes, explaining their basic character and internal structure. He also summarizes and evaluates the wealth of modern criticism focused on each book. Looking at all three books together, Kidner shows how their many voices compare, contrast and ultimately give a unified view of life. Kidner extends his analysis to include Ecclesiasticus and The Wisdom of Solomon from the Apocrapha, and he reprints excerpts from non-Israelite works that parallel the three major books treated.. Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.


  • The Wisdom of Proverbs

    • Author: Kathryn Hume
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $26.00

    This candid book dispenses essential advice for academic job hunters and gives them the skills and knowledge to land a job in the humanities. Fully revised and updated, this book offers a comprehensive look at the do's and don'ts of the application and interview process and provides indispensable tips and a variety of practical tools.. Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.


  • Job & Ecclesiastes

    • Author: Ronald Krannich
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $14.95

    Today's new recessionary economy has eliminated millions of jobs. In this economy job seekers need to quickly find a lifeboat job - one close to home that enables them to pay the bills and get on with living while the economy undergoes major restructuring. This book shows how one can conduct an effective 30/30 job search - land a job within 30 days and within 30 miles of home. Filled with how-to advice.. Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.


  • Surviving Your Academic Job Hunt: Advice for Humanities PhDs

    • Author: Dale T. Mortensen
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $65.00

    Dale T. Mortensen and Christopher A. Pissarides are the recipients (with Peter Diamond) of the Nobel memorial Prize in Economics 2010. They have made path-breaking contributions to the analysis of markets with search and matching frictions, which account for much of the success of job search theory and the flows approach in becoming a leading tool for microeconomic and macroeconomic analysis of labor markets. Both scientists have gained groundbreaking insights through individual as well as joint research. Consequently, this volume not only features several papers which helped shape the equilibrium search model, including some early contributions which have initiated the research on what is known today as the search and matching model of the labor market, but it also presents a joint paper by the IZA Prize Laureates, which is a complete statement of the equilibrium search and matching model with endogenous job creation and job destruction. As part of the IZA Prize Series, the book presents a selection of their most important work which has highly enriched research on unemployment as an equilibrium phenomenon, on labor market dynamics, and on cyclical adjustment.. Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.


  • The Quick 30/30 Job Solution: Smart Job Search Tips for Surviving Today's New Economy

    • Author: Duncan Mathison
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $18.99

    “Over 70% of all jobs are never published. This book will help you discover and land these jobs!”

    –John Challenger, CEO, Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.

     

    Your perfect job will never be advertised.

    But you can find it–or create it.

    Even now. Especially now!

     

    TOP CAREER EXPERTS SHOW HOW TO:

    Uncover hidden opportunities

    Help companies design the perfect job for you

    Network without sounding phony, lame, or desperate

    Reinvigorate a dead-end job search

    Break free from the frustration and tyranny of online job boards

    Get the interviews that count and run them like a pro

    Leap-frog salary levels or change professions

    Turn your experience into hot new skills

    Negotiate compensation from a position of strength

    Fix a broken career

     

    Get the great job nobody else knows about!

     

    . Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.


  • Job Matching

    • Author: Andy Lester
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $23.95

    As a techie, you're a special breed, with special challenges facing you in the job search. Your competition is smart, tech-savvy, and highly resourceful. Expectations among employers are higher. Your competition will run you over if you're not up to the challenge. Land the Tech Job You Love gives you the background, the skills, and the hard-won wisdom to bypass the mistakes of those who don't prepare.

    You might not think you need this book. Conventional Wisdom has it that finding a job is simple: send some resumes, go on some interviews, and take the offer that sounds best. But that's only the start. You've got the background and skills to work the Web and other resources that the general job seeker doesn't. This book shows you how to take advantage of those skills or be left behind by competing techies who do.

    It all starts with an examination of you, your strengths, and where you want your career to take you. Without a roadmap, you'll wind up in any old job. Life's too short to spend in a job that you don't love. From there, you'll see how to find the job you want that fits you and the employer, using your technical and web savvy to find the hidden jobs that never make it into the classifieds or Monster.

    "Marketing" is not a dirty word, and you'll learn how to present yourself, your skills, and your background in the way that shows the hiring company that you're the right person for the job. Create a resume that tosses out conventional wisdom, write cover letters that sell your background, and assemble a portfolio of work that will wow the interviewer.

    Social networking has been the darling of the Web in the past few years, but it's no substitute for the sort of personal interaction that makes relationships that help in future careers. As one manager said, "One recommendation is worth a million resumes." This book shows you how to make and maintain the connections that will drive your future career moves.

    Land the Tech Job You Love pulls no punches and lays out the details for what gets you an interview, and gets you hired in a job in the technical world that makes you happy.

    . Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.


  • Inside Secrets of Finding a Teaching Job: The Most Effective Search Methods for Both New and Experienced Educators

    • Author: Jack Warner
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $12.95

    The second edition of Inside Secrets to Finding a Teaching Job provides real-world job search tips from other teachers as well as administrators. Also contains resume-writing advice, how to create a teacher portfolio and demonstration video, and Internet resources for finding the perfect situation.. Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.


  • Post Office Jobs: Explore and Find Jobs

    • Author: Dennis Damp
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $24.95

    This all new 5th edition describes the Postal Services' new automated online eCareer application system and examination process. This is the first book to cover the eCareer process; all Postal Exam books published prior to 2009 are outdated. This new edition includes a 473 Postal Exam study guide and provides all of the information needed to locate job vacancies, prepare for exams and explore all jobs including those that don't require entrance tests.
    This updated edition covers all occupations from general maintenance and technicians to truck drivers, mail carriers, clerks, administrative and clerical positions. The author provides an insider's perspective of what it takes to go from job hunter to hired and everything in between. Damp worked 35 years for Uncle Sam. This is the only Postal Service career guide that includes related civil service jobs, a comprehensive 473 postal exam study guide, and provides online updates at postalwork.net, prepares the reader for interviews, and covers all occupations. Eight steps to finding a job:1) Identify suitable occupations, 2) Apply for multiple vacancies, 3) Complete online assessments, 4) Study for the 473 Postal Exam, 5) Consider casual temporary jobs, 6) Prepare for job interviews, 7) Apply for jobs that don't require exams8) Explore related civil service jobs.
    The entire hiring process changed in late 2008. Entrance tests are still required, however, you now apply for specific job vacancies - not tests - and compete the initial assessment online when you first apply. Applicants are scheduled to take monitored computer based exams, if required, at local testing facilities. This book walks readers through the new process and prepares them for he exam.. Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.


  • Prepare for the 473 Postal Exam

    • Author: Alan A. Cavaiola
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $16.95

    In the authors' random poll of 1,000 working people, 80 percent said that a single coworker contributed significant stress to their workday. Everyone has worked with someone "difficult" - someone who could always be trusted to blow up or say or do something provoking or inappropriate. Psychologists Alan Cavaiola and Neil Lavender have studied this much-discussed but rarely addressed area. Their research showed that the conventional wisdom that some problem workers are "just nuts" was right: a sizeable number of such employees do in fact have full-fledged personality disorders. In Toxic Coworkers, they pinpoint a variety of personality traits and disorders, showing how they come about and offering effective strategies for coping with them. The authors cover the range of familiar types, from hyperactives, histrionics, and sociopaths to narcissists and obsessive-compulsives and provide concrete techniques for surviving them.. Great book for warehouse jobs seekers.



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