Best Entry-Level Jobs 2008

Best Entry-Level Jobs 2008

by Princeton Review, Tom Meltzer, Julie Doherty
     
 
The first job after college can be a rude awakening–but it doesn’t have to be. With this inspiring and informative guide, students can learn the best places to start their careers in a variety of fields. Whether they want to work on IPOs at Goldman Sachs, help design jet engines for GE, or be personal assistants to celebrities, they will learn everything

Overview

The first job after college can be a rude awakening–but it doesn’t have to be. With this inspiring and informative guide, students can learn the best places to start their careers in a variety of fields. Whether they want to work on IPOs at Goldman Sachs, help design jet engines for GE, or be personal assistants to celebrities, they will learn everything they need to know to launch their dream careers.

This newly revised and updated edition of Best Entry-Level Jobs details the top job opportunities at more than 100 for profit and not-for-profit organizations and reveals what grads need to do to land their dream jobs. Hundreds of interviews with both entry-level employees and their employers reveal an inside look at:

· Hiring procedures
· Job responsibilities
· Salaries & benefits
· Hours worked per week
· Day-to-day life
· Opportunities for advancement
· Tips to improve networking, resume and cover letter writing, and interviewing skills

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780375765995
Publisher:
Random House Information Group
Publication date:
04/17/2007
Series:
Career Guides Series
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
7.08(w) x 8.99(h) x 0.94(d)

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