Book: Job Hunting Secrets for College Grads by Shari Nomady and Yvette Browncategories: Book, Job Hunting, Entry Level Job, Marketing Coordinator, Entry Level Sales, Event Coordinator, Job Search
Shari Nomadyabout this book: Look no further for a comprehensive guide for new job hunting college graduates and parents looking for help getting their kids out of the nest. What's the best answer of the last decade to the question "Why should we hire you"? Find out from the HR manager of a multi-billion dollar organization. What should you say when an interviewer says "Tell me about yourself"? What are the biggest mistakes a candidate can make in an interview? Can candidates really lose a job offer based on their social media posts? Discover the answers to these questions and more inside this book of simple secrets that will accelerate the timing, and improve your chances of getting your first "real" job. From how to search for job and career opportunities to tips on getting your resume noticed by hiring managers and recruiters,college grads looking for an entry-level job will uncover a straight-forward system with a track record of success.
A STEP-BY-STEP SYSTEM FOR SUCCESS
The system has been developed by a pair of marketers who have used their 25 years of sales and marketing experience to help their own network of friends and family successfully identify, find and land their first (and second) jobs out of college. This no-nonsense guide is filled with how-to advice to help candidates get organized and mentally prepared for the job searching process. To add further credibility to the process, the author reached out to hiring managers across the U.S. for feedback on the biggest mistakes candidates make, and how to stand out in a crowded sea of resumes. The results of the survey are interwoven into this easy-to-follow book. How do you translate your college experience into workforce credibility? What should you never do in an interview? Where should you go to find job opportunities? How can you use the internet to your job searching advantage? Job seekers who follow the process see a positive impact almost immediately, as their number of interviews and call-backs rises dramatically. By practicing the interview techniques, candidates land job offers quicker than most of their peers.
FOR PARENTS OF RECENT COLLEGE GRADS
Alleviate some of the job hunting stress you share with your son or daughter. Invest pocket change in a guide that delivers an action-plan that builds confidence and delivers results. Oftentimes, new candidates starting out their careers just need some direction and guidance to be able to stand out from the crowd. Recent college graduates sometimes lack the confidence in themselves, and assume there's always a better candidate. In this book, the authors help these candidates identify and leverage their individual points of difference, in order to build a personal package that can stand out from the crowd. By explaining the hiring process, readers will better understand what to ask, how to answer, and what to do to get the offer after an interview. For greatest results, make yourself available to answer questions about the working world: listen to your child's elevator pitch, answer specific questions about companies you may be familiar with, and give honest feedback on if they are presentable for an interview. Get a copy today. Start your job search with a plan immediately. And drop us a line to share your success!
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