Career Book Lists
10 Books EVERY Student Should Read - Essential Book Recommendations
8 Crucial Books for Finding Purpose in Your Work and Life
Are you looking for a new job? Are you thinking about a career move? If you are, then buy this book now, and gain the competitive edge! Six easy to follow steps, easy to read, packed with job search tips and all the information you need to conduct your job search. Very affordable. This is an easy to read digital workbook designed to enable you to put proven principles for finding work into practice. A wealth of exercises and information, these action-oriented activities will move you forward in your job search.
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With books written on topics such as career planning, developing The Young Person's Guide to Choosing the Perfect Career by Nicholas.
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Get Back To Work!
Whether you are just starting your career search as a youngster, or perhaps you have finished college recently and seem lost or maybe you have been laid off from your job, I recommend to my friends and clients to go back to the beginning and ask yourself the simple question:. - Are you there yet?
The new year is a time people take stock of their lives, and ask themselves what they need to improve and how. Whether it is developing healthier, more productive habits, changing careers or developing confidence, these 10 books will help you find what you're looking for. Kondo's organizational laws and philosophy discuss everything from how to fold your clothes to how to organize by category, but her tenets can be applied to how you should approach and organize every facet of your life. This legendary job search manual is updated every year, and combines classic, time tested job advice with the latest social media and search strategies. Even in a tough economy and competitive job market, Bolles continues to demystify the job search process. Written by Pulitzer prize winning business reporter Charles Duhigg, The Power of Habit investigates the scientific discoveries that explain why habits exist and how they can be changed.