HOW TO GET A JOB IN THE WORST OF TIMES
SUMMARY The purpose of this book is to how to pursue employment when the economy is in transition. As I stated in my Preface, this book is intended as an experience from a person who has 85 jobs and counting. I don’t pretend to be an expert, I am serving as a guidepost from experience. The only way to learn something is by doing; and, as far as obtaining a job, I have a wealth of knowledge.
The book is intended for the unemployed as well as the employed, veterans and college students; as well as advice and a warning to employers.
Finally, I point to the foreign based employers as possibly a trend which can remake the American job market. I hope these chapters can lift your spirits, and use it as a primer to staying employed.
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