- Author:John P Kaufman
- Publisher:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 17, 2010)
- Pages:92 pages
- Subcategory:Job Hunting & Careers
- FB2 format1990 kb
- ePUB format1952 kb
- DJVU format1212 kb
- Formats:docx txt mbr rtf
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book by John P. Kaufman. Most people do the same things when they are looking for a job Apply to advertised Jobs Send resume's to recruiters and agencies Wait for something to happen Through my conversations with jobseekers I have learned that The average jobseeker can send over 100 applications for each phone screen they receive from an employer.
This book is written by a recruiter and clearly with a bias towards the recruiter's interest. That's okay because all one wants from a book is honesty, what advice is a match and advice is not a match I can figure out as I read it. I liked the advice on the type of the recruiters to work with, she makes this recommendation based on the salary and the specialty of the applicant.
This book has been designed for intermediate and advanced learners of English who want to increase their understanding of everyday spoken .
This book has been designed for intermediate and advanced learners of English who want to increase their understanding of everyday spoken English, especially as it is used in a business context. The book will help you learn 1,000 common idiomatic expressions, all of which are current, and all of which are known and used by native English speakers everywhere. It is suitable for both self-study and classroom work with a teacher.
Employers like to make clear the experience, education and skills they are .
Employers like to make clear the experience, education and skills they are looking for in an employee, so they can ensure a good fit. But in addition to hard skills that come from your education and work experience, employers want to know if you have the personality and character it takes to do well in the workplace and in your specific role. These less-technical skills are called soft skills. They are interpersonal skills like communication, empathy, collaboration, problem solving and conflict resolution. These skills are all essential for employees in any organization.
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