Thank You for Firing Me!: How to Catch the Next Wave of Success After You Lose Your Job
Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated, 2010 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
Unfortunately, unemployment is on the rise?leaving many people anxious about how to recreate themselves and renew their careers after being fired. This fresh, funny, and smart guide will be their life saver, providing them with the information they need to thrive even in this tight economic environment. It will help jobseekers and prospective entrepreneurs figure out what they really want to do next, understand the changing job market, and find work in growth areas such as green technology. There's also advice on retraining, freelancing and independent contracting, and Internet marketing options, as well as a chapter devoted specifically to women.
Personal interviews with workers who changed their lives after getting laid off?and who are now doing what they love?offer additional inspiration.
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Review: Thank You for Firing Me!: How to Catch the Next Wave of Success After You Lose Your JobUser Review - Heather - Goodreads
This was a quick read. It did spark a few ideas for me to investigate though. I do question some if the research/editing. Pretty sure personal computers went on sale to the public prior to 1995 (pg74 ... Read full review
Review: Thank You for Firing Me!: How to Catch the Next Wave of Success After You Lose Your JobUser Review - Margot - Goodreads
Thank You for Firing Me! has much of the same career advice you can find in any other career advice book. Personal success stories are a typical way that these types of books can make themselves stand ... Read full review
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