Make Me Money or Save Me Money! The Real Secret to Finding a Job for New & Recent College Graduates [NOOK Book]

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The average time from graduation to hire for college graduates runs from 13 to 18 months or more. In this time 1 or 2 more classes have graduated providing you with just that much more competition!

This little book with the big title is the one book you should have been offered at graduation. "Make Me Money or Save Me Money for New & Recent College Graduates" will teach ...
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Make Me Money or Save Me Money! The Real Secret to Finding a Job for New & Recent College Graduates

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Overview

The average time from graduation to hire for college graduates runs from 13 to 18 months or more. In this time 1 or 2 more classes have graduated providing you with just that much more competition!

This little book with the big title is the one book you should have been offered at graduation. "Make Me Money or Save Me Money for New & Recent College Graduates" will teach you more in it's 50+ pages than you learned in 4+ years of college about job search.

Learn how to REALLY utilize keywords to your advantage; learn how to navigate online application systems and how to create a rich, get-their-attention resume; learn how to express your value to your employer of choice; learn how to manage the "chicken or egg" scenario--you know--you need the job to get the experience but you need the experience to get the job! There is SO much information in that, well, $6 just might be too little to charge!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011882081
  • Publisher: The Really Useful Job Company
  • Publication date: 6/12/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 303 KB

Meet the Author

Rick Gillis, the author of "The Real Secret to Finding a Job" has worked with hundreds of young people new out of school and trying to find a job in their field of study...not always an easy thing to do in this economic climate. Rick has been mentioned in The Wall Street Journal, been heard on radio shows from coast to coast and is a pioneer of electronic/online job search.

Rick regularly speaks to colleges, networking groups, professional associations and leaves 'em gasping for more!
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