Details: Finally, the book that outlines the fastest, most effective job hunting system anywhere for finding employment. Today's new recessionary economy has wiped out millions of jobs forever. So what should one do in the face of job loss?
In the past, job seekers were advised to identify what they really wanted to do, write a good resume, expand the geographic scope of their job search, and network for information, advice, and referrals. The result was often a job involving costly relocation and/or a long commute.
But in today's economy, many job seekers need to quickly find a lifeboat job – a satisfying job that's close to home and generates sufficient income. This innovative book introduces the concept of the 30/30 job search™, a job hunting process that has been successfully used by thousands of job placement clients.
It's a powerful 30-day program for job hunters who seek satisfying employment opportunities within 30 miles of any location in the United States.
The authors reveal how anyone with a stable work history and marketable skills can quickly find a job close to home by using an arsenal of guerrilla job search strategies and techniques that get the attention of prospective employers.
Includes a foreword by Joyce Lain Kennedy. Filled with step-by-step advice on everything from identifying employers, writing resumes, and composing emails to leaving voicemail messages, interviewing, and follow-up over a 30-day period, here's the book that can make a big difference in the lives of millions of individuals who need a lifeboat job to survive and prosper in difficult economic times.
176 pages. Softcover. September 2009.
By Neil P. McNulty and Ronald L. Krannich, Ph.D.