More books about job hunting are located in650.14 (Dewey) or HF52381-5386 (LC) call number areas.
Get Hired Now! How to Accelerate Your Job Search, Stand Out, and Land Your Next Great Opportunity by Siegal (2021)Accelerate your job search, stand out, and land your next great opportunity In Get Hired Now!, ZipRecruiter founder and CEO Ian Siegel tells you exactly how to find a new job fast. With an insider's view of how over a million employers really make hires, Ian pulls insights from the data to give you step-by-step instructions for writing a resume that works, finding the right jobs to apply to, acing a job interview, and negotiating a job offer. Debunk the conventional wisdom Break the unconscious habits that are sabotaging your success Get hired in record time Relevant for every stage of your career and for every industry, Get Hired Now! is a one-stop resource for job seekers looking to level up, stand out, and land the job
Get the Job You Really Want by Erin Devin (2021)Author and recruitment expert Erin Devlin has worked with thousands of candidates and employers. She's seen the best of people in interviews, and the many ways that candidates can get an edge. The 2020 global pandemic has hit job seekers particularly hard. With increasing competition for jobs, she thought, what better way to help, than to create a comprehensive guide to job search and interview success. Get the Job You Really Want is for recent graduates, people looking for work, and professionals seeking a promotion, better job or career. Whether its preparing job applications, online branding for employability, or managing job offers, this book provides a range of inside, practical advice to help the modern job seeker on their journey. From video interviewing, to chat bots, gamification and AI technology, the advice is up to date and relevant for today's rapidly evolving jobs market. With a little help, job seekers can tweak what they are doing to plan, prepare, and impress and get the job they really want.
What Is Your Interview Identity: A Personality Type Test for the Job Interview by Chris Delaney (2021)Helping career professionals to be successful in a job interview. How an interviewer views an applicant, due to their ability to communicate competencies confidently, affects the job interview outcome. Each applicant conforms to one of 16 interview identities based on the candidate's perceived level of knowledge/experience and their level of interview confidence. The interview identity acts as a filter that an employer uses before making a hiring decision. The interview identity book will help readers to be seen as more skilled, more knowledgeable and more hireable. TAKE - the interview prediction grid test CHOOSE - one of sixteen interview identities LEARN - how an employer views you based on your interview identity UNDERSTAND - the three rules for a successful interview outcome IMPROVE - your ability to create high-scoring answers INCREASE - confidence in the job interview RESULT - in an increase of job offers Readers will improve their job interview performance by learning about: - Unconscious bias - The structured job interview process - The hiring managers' decision-making process This book is for anyone who consistently fails to win job offers during the job interview.
Resumes for Dummies by DeCarlo (DeCarlo)Polish up that old resume--and land your dream job We've all been there: it's time to apply for a job or internship and you have to create or revise your resume. Many questions pop in your head. What do employers want? What skills should I highlight? How do I format this? How do I get noticed? But resume writing doesn't have to be a daunting task. The latest edition of Resumes For Dummies answers all of these questions and more--whether you're a resume rookie, looking for new tips, or want to create that eye-catching winning resume. In this trusted guide, Laura DeCarlo decodes the modern culture of resume writing and offers you insider tips on all the best practices that'll make your skills shine and your resume pop. Let's start writing! Write effective resumes that will stand out in a crowd Understand Applicant Tracking Systems and how to adapt your resume Keep your resume up with the current culture Position a layoff or other career change and challenge with a positive spin Leverage tips and tricks that give your resume visual power In order to put your best foot forward and stand out in a pile of papers, it's important to have an excellent and effective resume--and now you can.