Unemployment as an Opportunity
Marcus Valentiner, Oct 20, 2011 - 144 pages
A slightly different guide to master the challenges of job-search, to retain a happy life and to stay confident! & ;& ;Overwhelmed by the challenges of looking for a job? Demonstrating usual and unusual steps on the way to landing your desired job, this book guides you through the process and at the same time shows you that it is very important to understand that YOU are the most important person in the world.& ;Based on a true story, this book explains how to start the job-search game with seriously analyzing yourself, then getting the information you need and actively reaching out to employers, even contacting managers directly.& ;Moreover, you will find out that every situation in your life offers an opportunity. Realizing this will keep you positive and confident. You will see that by applying this approach and knowing the rules of the job-search game, even unemployment could turn out to be an opportunity!& ;& ;A practical and also inspirational easy-to-read self-help guide that also offers the reader a behind-the-scene look at the hiring process in the corporate world.
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