Book: How to find your dream job - Including some unorthodox methods by David Jeff Johnsoncategories: Book, Profession, Dream Job, Resume, Application, Purpose, Research, College, Degree, Career
David Jeff Johnsonabout this book: This book is a practical, easy to read and based on own experience, self-help book on how to find your dream job.
There are several benefits for the readers, like how to make sure to find the right job for you and not just one where only the next paycheck counts or one where status is more important than happiness. This book is not about application papers or job interviews; it starts way earlier.
It offers a step-by-step guide that starts with asking the right questions, it also offers some (unorthodox) tools and methods and gives examples how to find the right profession for you.
This book is for all people who want to find the right profession; people like College students, graduates, but also people age 40 and up who want a career change but need some advice first.
The writing of this book was relatively short, less than two months, because the book has less pages than several other books and the information is based on own experience.
The research of this book was more than ten years. Ten years of being stuck in the wrong profession and desperate to get out.
I wrote this little book to help all those people who realized that their profession is not right and never matches their own personality. So that these people don't have to spend ten years of their life in the wrong job, like I did.
Another good thing is that this book can be bought as EBook on Amazon for only 99 cents in the United States and similar place in other countries.
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