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Stop Hoping... Start Hunting!: A Job Seeker's Guide to Finding Their Job

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There are many self-help books out there that teach you how to be effective at interviewing and job hunting. This book takes the next step by looking internally as well as externally at what it takes to find your ideal job. In turn, it demonstrates how to build that successful career you have always wanted. It is never too late to take an honest look at yourself and your c ...more
Paperback, 150 pages
Published September 3rd 2013 by J Hill Publishing
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Teena in Toronto
Dec 01, 2013 rated it really liked it
No, I'm not looking for another job. I read this book because I was given the opportunity to read and review it ... it sounded interesting and it's good stuff to know.

The chapters include:

* Should you make a move and/or change jobs
* Finding the job
* Innovative ways to get hired
* The resume
* The mental side of your search
* The interview?
* After the interview

This book is for everyone, whether you are just starting out in the workforce or have been wanting to leave/just left a job after 30 years. S
Mar 11, 2014 rated it really liked it
I found this a really valuable book, given I had to pull the pin on my job that I loved, to escape an untenable situation. My headspace wasn't in great nick, so I very much appreciated the parts of this that focused on the internal side of things. As I'm in Australia, a few things weren't relevant, but overall, I liked the way this book was written - very accessible and easy to read. Also made me feel quite empowered! ...more
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