Are you ready to determine your best career and find your path to happiness? Would you like to be satisfied and feel energized and fulfilled with the work you do?
Maybe you’re just starting out and you’re not sure what’s best. Perhaps you used to like your job, but things have changed. No matter where you are in your career—beginning, transitioning, or just looking—this book will give you information to discover your strengths and the possibilities that abound for you to work at a great career that you really enjoy.
You’ll learn these essential tools:
•Powerful tips with realistic examples•19 worksheets to help identify your best career•Résumés that will get you noticed•Using social media to effectively network•Interviewing techniques with scripts of what to say•Questions to ask your potential employer•Questions you will be asked at the interview•Negotiating skills to increase your compensation
The author, Dennis Caruso, has more than 30 years of experience in recruiting and human resource services, working with national and international clients. He shares his wealth of knowledge and secrets in this book that is a step-by-step, easy-to-follow guide full of activities and resources. This book is an excellent resource for all high school and college students and anyone who is looking for a career change.
Have you ever wondered what might be out there in the world for you to experience? Find out by utilizing the blueprints shared in this book and discover your path to true happiness!
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About the Author
In the early 1990s, Dennis founded Caruso & Associates, Inc. This firm provides executive recruiting and human resources services for numerous clients on a national and international level. His career as an executive recruiter began in 1983 with a large retainer-based search firm where he developed his expertise in several industries including real estate and finance. Before that, Dennis was chief operating officer and chief financial officer for a multifaceted, 50-year-old, construction materials manufacturer, a publicly traded company. Prior to that position, he served as vice president, finance and administration for an entrepreneurial enterprise that manufactured, marketed, and distributed energy control devices. His career began as a certified public accountant for PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, formerly, Coopers & Lybrand. Dennis graduated magna cum laude from the University of Florida majoring in accounting and business administration. He has also served as chairman of a review panel for faith-based initiative programs in Washington, DC.