Ask the headhunter: reinventing the interview to win the job

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Plume, 1997 - Business & Economics - 212 pages
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Already being used by major corporations nationwide, Ask the Headhunter is a top headhunter's innovative guide to turning an interview into a hands-on meeting that showcases your expertise without gimmicks. It is the first guide to "the New Interview," a revolutionary, proactive approach to job hunting that reinvents the rules of the interview game in your favor. This unique and aggressive method will help you understand the changing hiring practices and show how you can prove your worth to a potential employer. In this groundbreaking book discover: which jobs are best for you, how to assess the employer's needs, how to take control of the interview to make the employer want to hire you, how to bargain for the best deal, and much more. Full of hard-hitting insider advice and chapter-by-chapter work sheets to help measure your job-winning progress, Ask the Headhunter is a must-have for professionals seeking lasting success in the new job market.

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User Review  - Evan - Goodreads

The best thing about this book is that this guy hates the gate keepers as much as you do, and offers some solid advice on how to avoid them, even though it's hard. The problems with this book become ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sophia - Goodreads

While it's no longer in print, this book was invaluable in changing my mindset towards my job search. It's a good read for anyone looking for a job. Read full review

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