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Job!: Learn How to Find Your Next Job In 1 Day

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SilverEnergy
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Job!: Learn How to Find Your Next Job In 1 Day

Post by SilverEnergy » August 14th, 2014, 10:02 pm

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"Job! Learn How to Find Your Next Job In 1 Day" is a powerful job search book focusing on providing the reader with the core of what employers want--an expression from the job seeker on what value they will bring to the organization. Without that statement Gillis contends that the interview is a waste of both party's time. Rick Gillis further provides simple but ingenious information on how to successfully navigate resume filtering software and further advises the reader on how to craft a resume that recruiters will appreciate and follow up on. Samples and examples are included.

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Post by Cornfed » August 15th, 2014, 3:23 am

Given that the whorporate hiring process is well known, I wonder why people are dumb enough to still fall for success hucksters like this.

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Post by SilverEnergy » August 15th, 2014, 6:43 pm

It's a really good book if you took the time to read it instead of disregarding it.

It has excellent info on how to get your resume more easily noticed.
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