Women for Hire: The Ultimate Guide to Getting a Job

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Perigee, 2002 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
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From the Women For Hireorganization, this is a make-it-happen-now job guide. Women For Hireproduces successful, high caliber national career fairs partnering the country's leading employers in all fields with thousands of smart, qualified, and diverse women. Now, in this book, readers will get the straight-arrow advice they need to get a job. Women For Hireidentifies specific ways for job-seekers to maximize their search efforts and secure a great new job. Readers will learn:

€ Networking Necessities for the Shy to the Gutsy
€ The Truth About Job Functions
€ Real Answers to Resume Dilemmas
€ Smart Interview Strategies
€ One-Minute Mess-Ups to Avoid at All Costs
€ Tips on Negotiating Salary and Benefits
€ Overcoming Obstacles Faced by Women Job Seekers
€ How to Keep Your Job Once You Land It

Plus: interactive exercises, resource lists, and real-life anecdotes

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About the author (2002)

Tory Johnson is the founder and CEO of Women For Hire. She is a frequent media guest and has appeared on CNN, CBS, NBC, and FOX News.

Robyn Freedman Spizman has authored more than sixty books and is the consumer advocate on NBC's local affiliate in Atlanta.

Lindsey Pollak, a Yale graduate, is involved with many national women's organizations and has served as Director of Business Development at WorkingWoman.com.

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