What Color is Your Parachute?: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers (31st 2001 edition)

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The job hunter's bible is now updated with the latest information on finding a job through the Internet. It aids career changers as well as job hunters and has a detailed, step-by-step plan for identifying one's perfect career field. The book is thinner than earlier editions, slimmed down for reading in this fast-paced world. (Careers)

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Steven F

Aug 11, 2011

By far the best

This is probably the best book I've ever read on changing jobs.

I was unemployed for a grand total of two weeks. I followed the book's advice to the letter: individualized resume for the job, cover letter per the webpage the book recommends, researched the cover letter on the company's website to tailor it to the job, was enthusiastic during the interview-which only took a week to get- because I'm older, and wrote two thank you notes after the interview.

I also got the job. If you haven't read it, buy this book.

Psychologist

Sep 3, 2010

Employment Help

Richard Nelson Bolles' book provides a comprehensive and creative approach to reduce some of the anxiety/stress inherent in the job search. Frequent updates keep it relevant.

mdib

Oct 4, 2007

Great book!

Awesome read on how to think about going about your life as far as job and occupation. Totally reccommended!

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