Job Hunting 101: The Ultimate Guide to Landing Your First Job Out of School

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Two Harbors Press, 2010 - Business & Economics - 171 pages
Think a degree and your personality are enough to get the job you want? That ship sailed away long ago. It's GO BIG or GO HOME time! "Job Hunting 101 - The Ultimate Guide to Landing Your First Job Out Of School" is the single most valuable resource for the recent or about to be graduate looking for a job. Matt Gordon has been through it all. Learn from his triumphs and his mistakes. This book will teach you everything you need to know about all six phases of job hunting to help you find the job you really want. "Job Hunting 101" is packed full of helpful tips, personal anecdotes, examples of resumes and cover letters, and checklists that will virtually guarantee that you land the job you really want. It's like having your own personal job-hunting tutor, at a small fraction of the cost.

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User Review  - Gradgirl - Borders

This book is amazing. It's a fast enjoyabole read and taught me everything I'll need to find the exact job I'm looking for. It takes you step by step to define what exactly what you want, and how to ... Read full review

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This is an incredible book. It covers evertything you need to know to find that perfect first job. I was amazed at all the things I didn't know,but learned. This book is fast and easy to read and gives you step by step the information and ideas you need to run a successful job search.
This shoud be a required course before they give you your degree!

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About the author (2010)

Matt Gordon earned his BS in Economics and MBA from Wharton and NYU, prior to giving a year of service in VISTA. After a successful 25- year career in “Corporate America” that included Heinz, Revlon and Gillette, Matt decided if he had to work for a demanding boss, “better the devil you know.” He is currently President and founder of ESCP, an executive search and consulting firm, reporting directly to himself.

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