Kennedy's pocket guide to working with executive recruiters
Here's the expert guidance you need to succeed with executive recruiters, from developing a job search plan and building a professional brand to details of recruiter protocol, negotiating salary and much more. Book jacket.
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Rites of Passage at $100,000 to $1 Million+: Your Insider's Lifetime Guide ...
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Starting Your Job Search
ABOUT RECRUITING FIRMS
How Executive Recruiters Work
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