Job Search Secrets: That Have Helped Thousands of Members

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Five O'Clock Books, Mar 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 337 pages
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Explains how to select job targets, get interviews, and negotiate salary, and provides information on joining the Five O'Clock Club.

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Contents

Preface ix
3
How to JobHunt In a Tight Market
9
A Case Study of Newspaper Journalists
29
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

The Five O'Clock Club -- where your professional success gets personal attention. Started in 1986, our mantra is that "we always do what is in the best interests of the job hunter." Our founder, Kate Wendleton, has been a career coach since 1978, when she founded The Five O'Clock Club and developed its basic methodology to help job hunters and career changers of all levels in job-search strategy groups headed by senior Five O'Clock Club-certified coaches. Kate, Five O'Clock Club coaches, and members of our management team have appeared on the Today Show, CNN, CNBC, Larry King, National Public Radio and CBS, and in The New York Times, The Economist, The Chicago Tribune, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune magazine, Business Week and other national media.

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