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You Are Hired - Resumes and Interviews by
Publication Date: 2015
This book focusses on the six steps towards getting hired. They are as follows: 1. How to Approach Job Search? 2. Designing your Resume 3. Cover Letter Drafting 4. Image Projection 5. Group Discussions 6. Interview Handling Techniques Each of these steps is explained in detail to ensure that you will be able to implement them in getting your dream job.
APSU Career Services: Resume and Cover Letter Help
APSU Career Services offers a FREE review service for professional documents, including resumes, CVs, cover letters and personal statements for APSU students and alumni.
Brutal Resume Feedback (Video)
Business Insider YouTube Video
Career Prep (Peterson's)
Choosing a career path doesn't come easy. Whether you're heading straight into the workforce or you're entering college first, our career tools help you get a handle on what you're interested in, the skills and training you'll need, and what you can expect from your career path. Discover which careers suit you best, research potential career options, and explore the requirements and outlooks for the occupations you're interested in.
How to Write a Great Resume (Video)
YouTube Video from Harvard Extension School
15-Minute Cover Letter by
Publication Date: 2009-04-01
This book distills revolutionary and proven cover letter advice into six quick chapters about writing and using cover letters and other job search correspondence. The book offers a collection of dozens of professionally written cover letter samples along with step-by-step advice for creating attention-getting letters of your own. Bonus content offers tip on resume writing and job search success.
Job Search Letters for Dummies by
Publication Date: 2013-07-03
Job Search Letters For Dummies delivers the quality of New Era know-how you need right now to land good jobs and thrive. Whether you're a long-time professional or a recent college graduate -- or somewhere in between -- Job Search Letters For Dummies has you covered.
Knock 'em Dead Cover Letters by
Publication Date: 2015-09-20
Knock em Dead Cover Letters 11th edition--cover letters and strategies to get the job you want. Step-by-step guide for how write cover letters and every type of letter you will use in a job hunt. How to build, edit and polish professional letters for maximum impact and how to use them to get four times the interviews.
Knock Em Dead Job Search Letters and Templates by
Publication Date: 2014-03-10
Knock 'em Dead Job Search Letter Templates teaches you the latest tips and tactics for writing cover letters and job search letters for every job hunting challenge. In addition, you get 125 samples of different job search letters, and also 125 cover letter and job search letter templates, each ready to use in Microsoft Word format.
EBOOK: Knockout CV by
Publication Date: 2013-01-01
"John Lees is a purveyor of sound, no nonsense career advice which delivers results, whatever your age or status." Carol Lewis, Business Features Editor, The Times It doesn''t take months to learn how to write a CV that works, but it does take a few hours. This book is designed to take you through that process quickly, taking some short cuts, encouraging your readers to say one simple word: "yes". Features: Step by step approach to building a CV from scratch Detailed advice on getting bullet points and the profile right Example CVs, including entry level and executive CVs Demystifying of CV formats and styles, including ''hybrid'', competency-based and functional CVs
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