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Candace Baitz
Aug 20, 2010 Candace Baitz rated it it was amazing
I think this is an excellent book to read for anyone wanting to take control of their career. I strongly believe you are only as valuable as you believe yourself to be and the exercises aid to pinpoint our skills and assets we bring to the work place.

After using the exercises to evaluate myself, I used them to evaluate my resume. I now believe my resume has a purpose; telling the story of who I am and what value I can realistically bring to the next job; not just the mundane daily tasks I compl
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Kerry Hannon is a nationally acclaimed personal finance contributing editor and retirement correspondent for U.S. News & World Report. Her new book, WHAT'S NEXT? Follow Your Passion and Find Your Dream Job (Chronicle Books) is now available at online retailers such as Amazon and will be available in bookstores across the country by June 1, 2010.

She has been writing the "Second Acts" feature fo

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