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Knock 'em Dead 2002: The Ultimate Job-Seeker's Resource with Great Answers to over 200 Tough Interview Questions

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If you're breaking into a new career or are making a move to land a better job, look no further. Knock 'em Dead 2002 gives you the competitive edge when you're out pounding the pavement and dialing for interviews.

Martin Yate, America's leading advocate for working professionals, guides you through the whole process of job-seeking-from assembling your resume to negotiating your salary. Best of all, he takes you to the interview itself and helps prepare you for all the tough ...

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Overview

If you're breaking into a new career or are making a move to land a better job, look no further. Knock 'em Dead 2002 gives you the competitive edge when you're out pounding the pavement and dialing for interviews.

Martin Yate, America's leading advocate for working professionals, guides you through the whole process of job-seeking-from assembling your resume to negotiating your salary. Best of all, he takes you to the interview itself and helps prepare you for all the tough questions you'll be asked. And, with the help of Knock 'em Dead 2002, you'll be able to dazzle your interviewer and beat out the competition for the job you want!

Knock 'em Dead 2002 divulges the secrets to knowing . . .
Where to look for unadvertised positions
How your body language can be your worst enemy
What to wear for that all-important interview
How to prepare for trick questions
How to ace the psychological test
What to do if you're asked to take a drug test

This all-new 2002 edition of Knock 'em Dead gives you the answers you need to impress interviewers and convince them beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are the best candidate for the position. So, what are you waiting for? Start reading!

About the Author: Martin Yate wrote the first Knock 'em Dead book in 1985. Since then, he has sold over three million Knock 'em Dead books, including Cover Letters That Knock 'em Dead and Resumes that Knock 'em Dead. He lives in Long Island, NY.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781580625371
  • Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
  • Publication date: 9/1/2001
  • Series: Knock 'em Dead Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Pages: 666
  • Product dimensions: 8.02 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2004

    A Must Read!

    It¿s not every day that you run across a book that actually lives up to its reputation. This one does, and more. Martin Yate¿s Knock `Em Dead series has spawned numerous bestsellers. Here¿s the original, in an all-new, updated edition. The core of the book is a catalogue of strategies for answering the wide array of questions you could be asked during a job interview. The book also includes plenty of other job-hunting advice. If you don¿t get the job after following this book¿s advice, it can¿t be because you flunked the interview. We recommend this book to all job-hunters and to those who think they may be out looking anytime soon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2002

    Not bad, not bad at all...

    I think the book is geared towards people who have trouble taking advantage of difficult questions and positions. It shows us how to turn a sour lemon into lemonade.

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