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Publisher's Summary

Cut the fat from job searching and find a job you love. In this guide to job-hunting and career changing, you'll get the tips and tricks to make yourself stand out to recruiters and employers. With guides to uncovering what you really want out of work to answering those tricky interview questions with finesse, this guide will have you listing "Dream Job" as your current position on your resume. 
This guide has interviews filled with tips and trips from Human Resources professionals and seasoned recruiters. Get an inside track on your job hunt or an edge in changing careers.
Inside you will find:


Organize your resume to make it appealing to anyone who looks at it
Market yourself online to get you noticed by the right people
Leave the guess work out of your relationship with recruiters
Guide to how to leave your employer in good standing
Examples and practice questions to ace the interview and get the call back you want!
And much more...
Grab your copy today if you are serious about advancing your job hunt or career change!
©2017 Emily Anderson (P)2018 Emily Anderson
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kathleen L Helgeson on 05-05-18

Very Helpful and Informative

In my opinion, this should be required material for anyone leaving school and searching for their first job. It would also be incredibly useful to anyone undertaking a career transition. Anderson has crafted a helpful book full of great information for job seekers.

In the current climate, this book is particularly useful. Anderson writes with a tone of humor and hope, and in a world where jobs are harder than ever to come by, that is particularly refreshing. Job hunting can be a frightening thing, and it can wear you down, but Anderson presents it as an exciting adventure.

The honesty and expertise held within this book are sure to be helpful to anyone in pursuit of a job. Eliminate the guesswork from your search. Anderson spells out for you exactly what you should and shouldn't do on your resume, in your interview, and even once you've gotten the job.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Miranda J on 02-21-18

Simple, practical steps

If you could sum up Job Hunting: The Insider's Guide to Job Hunting and Career Change in three words, what would they be?

Easy to use

What was one of the most memorable moments of Job Hunting: The Insider's Guide to Job Hunting and Career Change?

I have read materials on this same topic and appreciated the extra chapter that she includes about the new buzzwords in the technology field which I haven't seen addressed before. AB testing, data mining, and marketing automation are used in a variety of industries, and they are explained clearly in this book.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I did want to keep reading this book but I can also refer to it again and again as a reference guide. This book is filled with simple, practical steps to help those who are hoping to either switch jobs or careers. Doing either can be very stressful and emotional, and this book helps the reader take small steps towards their goal. She gives examples of effective and ineffective ways to write your resume, and the comparisons are helpful. Emily Anderson discusses how to prepare for an interview and how to resign peacefully from your current employer while giving them positive, fair feedback. Anderson ends with a suggestion to create a 5-year plan. I love this idea and believe it could be useful in your career path but also in other areas of your life.

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