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No Shorts, Flip Flops, or Sunglasses: How to Get and Make the Most of Your First Real Job

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Millennials, Moms, and Dads:
You aren’t responsible for the Great Recession that’s made it so hard for young adults to land that first real job, but the future is their responsibility and many are uncertain where to start. Whether you’re a college-aged man or woman, a Millennial who’s in need of “a job,” or a parent who wants to help a son or daughter
Published October 30th 2013 by BookBaby (first published January 1st 2013)
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Apr 02, 2015 Jakub rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I got this book at the Conference of Champions in Vegas this September. It was written by a Vector manager so I decided to read it. I liked it, it was a quick entertaining read and I got a lot out of it. The back of the book also has many recommendations I intend to read. Many I have heard of countless times and others just seem good. There are also some good online resources I intend to také advantage of. I think Dominic could particularly benefit from reading pg. 104...
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Author John Wasserman, an executive with a $200-million-a-year international consumer-products marketing company, has worked with thousands of 18- to 25-year-olds teaching them the basics of business: how to prepare, look for, find, and make the most of their first "real" jobs
-the ones that don't require hair nets or rubber gloves.

John began his career in 1991 as a sales representative for Vector
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