Job hunting in New York City
From unemployed to happily engaged, whether new to the city or a native, job seekers of all stripes can turn to this WetFeet in the City Guide to understand the New York City job market. We consulted local hiring managers, recruiters, career counselors, and job seekers to uncover the most promising industries and job-search strategies for the city that never sleeps.
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Networking Works!: The WetFeet Insider Guide to Networking
WetFeet, Inc. Staff
No preview available - 2003
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Where the Jobs Are
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