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Men At Work: A Job-by-Job Search for Mr. Right
     

Men At Work: A Job-by-Job Search for Mr. Right

by Wendy Straker
 

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You can tell a lot about a man by what he does for a living and Men at Work tells you the real deal about what it's like to date men from all walks of life. You'll get the lowdown on everything-from his look (Armani suit or tool belt?) to his lifestyle (working from home or working 'til midnight?). You'll also learn tips for making it work once you've scored

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You can tell a lot about a man by what he does for a living and Men at Work tells you the real deal about what it's like to date men from all walks of life. You'll get the lowdown on everything-from his look (Armani suit or tool belt?) to his lifestyle (working from home or working 'til midnight?). You'll also learn tips for making it work once you've scored that hot doctor/actor/lawyer of your dreams. Whether it's Mr. Right you're looking for, or just Mr. Right-Now, it's time to stop reading his horoscope, and start reading Men at Work!

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Kelly, a dating coach and author, encourages women to think about man hunting the same way they do job hunting and work smarter, not harder. To that end, her book urges readers to get out of their comfort zone, meet men, intelligently size them up, and know when to hold on or let go. Guidance for the "new era" of dating-which includes Internet dating and speed dating-is delivered in a lively, entertaining style. Interesting sidebars cover such topics as "What Men Watch in Women on First Dates" and "Mr. Wrong Case Studies." Illuminating and bound to circulate, this book is highly recommended. In her clever dating guide, columnist and author Straker (Sexy Jobs in the City: How To Find Your Dream Job Using the Rules of Dating) sketches 21 career types, including the man's look, basic personality, risks, perks, and what to expect when dating him. For instance, the biggest challenge of the Wall Street trader is getting him to commit, but he knows how to wine and dine. While the psychiatrist is a good listener, it's hard to get him to admit when he's wrong. Straker includes key words and phrases for each occupation that will help readers speak the same language. Fun yet insightful and hard to put down, this book is destined to be a hit. Highly recommended for all libraries. Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440518164
Publisher:
Adams Media
Publication date:
02/01/2006
Sold by:
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
File size:
615 KB

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