How to Find Work in the 21st Century
|Format||Softcover + CD-ROM|
Written by Ron McGowan.
Published by Self-Counsel Press, 2009.
|Now in its fifth edition, How to Find Work in the
21st Century shows recent graduates and other jobseekers how to find hidden
work opportunities, sell themselves effectively to employers, network better,
and create effective marketing tools beyond the traditional
résumé or CV.
Are you about to enter the job market for the first time? Or are you re-entering the market for the first time in a long time? This popular volume is currently in use at over 200 colleges, universities, and secondary schools. It can help you too.
The workplace is going through one of its most significant transitions in the past 100 years. Plenty of work is available today, but not necessarily a lot of jobs. Stable jobs do exist, but they are getting harder to find and the route to getting one is different from what it used to be. For many people, this new route involves a detour through unfamiliar territory.
In the book, Ron McGowan explores this new world of work and suggests where the workplace is headed. You will learn how to define exactly what you have to offer your employers and the type of work you should be looking for.
The companion CD-ROM for your Windows PC contains quizzes and answers, checklist, sample résumés, and much more.
With sample marketing tools for professionals and recent grads, How to Find Work in the 21st Century will show you how to find your place in today's job market.
Author Ron McGowan is a career coach who has been helping college graduates and others find work for over ten years. His articles have been published internationally, and he has written for The Wall Street Journal and The Globe and Mail.
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