New Book From CareerBuilder Offers Help for Finding Work in a Tough Job Market
CHICAGO.- From the editors of CareerBuilder comes a no-nonsense handbook that tells workers of all ages and all stages of their careers everything you need to know about landing a great job and navigating through the workplace. CAREER BUILDING: Your Total Handbook for Finding a Job and Making it Work provides some of the best-kept secrets of job hunting effectively, career troubleshooting and transitioning into new career paths.
Expanding on CareerBuilder’s most popular articles, CAREER BUILDING is filled with insightful statistics and advice from top experts on making yourself indispensable as a candidate or employee. It includes a variety of good and bad examples of résumés, thank-you notes, networking letters and emails to bosses. It also contains information on how to leverage social media, build rapport, strengthen skill sets and make yourself visible. You can also find warning signs to watch out for in the workplace and information on how to prepare for the unexpected.
Career Building offers expert tips for job-searching in a bad economy, including:
* What to do after a layoff
* How to look confident (even if you have to fake it)
* How to make yourself relevant to a variety of employers
* How to make a bad job work for you (when need be)
The book was published by Collins Business, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, and is available in major book stores across the country. It can also be purchased at amazon.com, borders.com and bn.com.
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