Read a Good Job Search Book Today

By: Marilyn J. Tellez, M.a.

READ A GOOD JOB SEARCH
BOOK TODAY

Yes, you can get free guidance
from a job search book. My
yearly favorite is: WHAT COLOR
IS YOUR PARACHUTE? by Richard Bolles.

Others are: TRANSITIONS by
Bill Bridges; THE RILEY GUIDE by
Margaret Riley Dikel and THE
COMPLETE JOB SEARCH HANDBOOK by
Howard Figler.

There are often new titles for
specific population groups. To
find out more, use Google or Yahoo
to search databases for your own
needs.



All of this good, job search advice
can get you, as a job seeker,
to a good place to start your job
search journey. You don't need to
do EVERY EXERCISE that authors
suggest.

Sketch out an exercise that appeals
to you from reading the books I have
mentioned. One technique may appeal
to you more than another. Use those.

More importantly, is the use of the
books as a guide to get you started
on your search. But booksFree Web Content, will never
take place of action! Read and act!

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