Knock 'em dead: the ultimate job seeker's handbook

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B. Adams, Dec 1, 1992 - Business & Economics - 301 pages
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Help for putting the paperwork together, negotiating salary to your best advantage, and answering tough interview questions.

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Why Knock em Dead?
A resumes goal is to show that you are a prob
If you know the specific requirements of a par

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Martin Yate, CPC (Atlanta, GA), is an internationally bestselling author with an unsurpassed body of work focused on lifetime career management. His previous positions include National Director of Training for Dunhill Personnel System, Inc., and Director of Personnel for Bell Industriesa Computer Memory Division. He is also the author of "Knock aem Dead Cover Letters, Knock aem Dead Resumes", and many other books.

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