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The 2 Hour Job Search Second Edition

Author : Steve Dalton
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Use the latest technology to target potential employers and secure the first interview--no matter your experience, education, or network--with these revised and updated tools and recommendations. “The most practical, stress-free guide ever written for finding a white-collar job.”—Dan Heath, coauthor of Switch and Made to Stick Technology has changed not only the way we do business, but also the way we look for work. The 2-Hour Job Search rejects laundry lists of conventional wisdom in favor of a streamlined job search approach that produces results quickly and efficiently. In three steps, creator Steve Dalton shows you how to select, prioritize, and make contact with potential employers so you can land that critical first interview. In this revised second edition, you'll find updated advice on how to efficiently surf online job postings, how to reach out to contacts at your dream workplace and when to follow up, and advice on using LinkedIn, Indeed, and Google to your best advantage. Dalton incorporates ideas from leading thinkers in behavioral economics, psychology, and game theory, as well as success stories from readers of the first edition. The 2-Hour Job Search method has proven so successful that it has been shared at schools across the globe and is a formal part of the curriculum for all first-year MBAs at Duke University. With this book, you'll learn how to make it work for you too.

The 2 Hour Job Search

Author : Steve Dalton
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A job-search manual that gives career seekers a systematic, tech-savvy formula to efficiently and effectively target potential employers and secure the essential first interview. The 2-Hour Job Search shows job-seekers how to work smarter (and faster) to secure first interviews. Through a prescriptive approach, Dalton explains how to wade through the Internet’s sea of information and create a job-search system that relies on mainstream technology such as Excel, Google, LinkedIn, and alumni databases to create a list of target employers, contact them, and then secure an interview—with only two hours of effort. Avoiding vague tips like “leverage your contacts,” Dalton tells job-hunters exactly what to do and how to do it. This empowering book focuses on the critical middle phase of the job search and helps readers bring organization to what is all too often an ineffectual and frustrating process.

Hands on Job Search

Author : Suzanne M. Bennett
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Assisting Unemployment Insurance Claimants

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Assisting Workers Displaced by Structural Change

Author : Duane E. Leigh
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Courses Catalog University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Author : University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Includes undergraduate and graduate courses.

Drawdown Survival Guide

Author : Phillip J. Budahn
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Covers planning the transition to civilian life, getting a job, and using available benefits

Personal and Situational Determinants of the Job Search Process and the Job Choice

Author : Judy D. Olian
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The End of the Job Search

Author : Jay Block
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The Job Search

Author : Barbara Zarna
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This text provides step-by-step guidance for creating thenecessary documents to find a job. In addition to helping stu-dents land their first job, the text also provides students information on the importance of staying flexible and marketable throughout their working lives.

The Very Quick Job Search

Author : Michael Farr
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Job seekers who need immediate advice on one or more essential job search topics can concentrate just on the topics that are most relevant to their needs.Unlike other career books, The Very Quick Job Search can support an entire career planning and job search course, as the curriculum supports 20 one-hour class sessions, perfect for virtually all job search courses, workshops, classes, and training programs. Hundreds of thousands of students have used previous editions. The book's in-depth information, emphasis on results, Instructor's Curriculum, supplemental Activity Book, and PowerPoint Presentation are rich resources for job search instructors and trainers

Job Search

Author : Robert D. Lock
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Among the topics discussed in this guide book are: sources of job leads; using your writing skills to get a job; job application forms and other problems of the job search; using your research and speaking skills to get a job; and the social and economic aspects of work.

The On line Job Search Companion

Author : James C. Gonyea
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Boot up, log on, and find work! This accessible guide to job hunting and career building the electronic way tells job seekers everything they need to know about hardware, software, on-line services and related technologies that can connect them instantly to thousands of employers and job-bank databases.

Changing Lives

Author : Martin Bloom
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Helping professionals must know the underlying structures and dynamics of human behavior and development if they are to offer efficacious and humane care. From across the broad spectrum of the social and health sciences, this anthology presents important recent writings about human experience. Changing Lives combines the presentation of basic information on human development with balanced descriptions of preventive and interventive methods of helping. The volume comprises forty-eight papers from a wide range of educators and health professionals - from psychology, sociology, and epidemiology to social work, nursing, and counseling - reflecting the multidisciplinary context in which the teaching of human development occurs. Bloom has included papers which provide illustrations of all the modes of helping - primary prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation; those which address the major theoretical orientations of our day - the ecological perspective, the behavioral approach, and psychodynamic theories; an "I-witness" report by a homeless woman; and clinical case studies and research reports. Each paper is self-contained and includes references for additional study. The readings are grouped around the eight elemental, or universal, human experiences: growth and development, communication, love/sexuality and pregnancy, and life and death. Each developmental phase, from infancy to old age, receives focused attention (as indicated by alternative tables of contents). Readers are introduced to the wide and penetrating scope of contemporary knowledge, and critical questions are raised about what helping professionals know and how this knowledge might best be applied in practice. -- from back cover.

The Job Search Your Guide to Success

Author : Barbara Zarna
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This text provides step-by-step guidance for creating the necessary documents to find a job. In addition to helping students land their first job, the text also provides students information on the importance of staying flexible and marketable throughout their working lives.

Creative Job Search

Author : Kevin McDowell
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The Job Search Assistance Demonstration Implementation Report

Author : Paul T. Decker
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Female Labour Supply and On the job Search

Author : Manuel Arellano
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Social Welfare

Author : Jennifer Gariepy
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Presents a comprehensive survey on the social welfare system in America providing data and statistics on how much the nation spends on welfare and discusses the successes and failures of welfare since its 1996 reform.

Job search Secrets that Have Helped Thousands of Members

Author : Kate Wendleton
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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.