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Diary of a job search

one mans journey from unemployment to a new career

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 181) and index.

        StatementTen Speed Press
        PublishersTen Speed Press
        LC Classifications2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 61 p. :
        Number of Pages89
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101580085458
        Absorbing the Shock of Losing Your Job -- What to Do When Options Abound -- Why Résumé Revision Means Never Being Done -- What Gets Results When Job Hunting Online -- Money Is a Touchy Subject for Jobless Professionals -- A Candidates Novel Strategy for Interviewing: Be Yourself -- Discouragement at a Job Fair -- Serious Unease Sets In after Youve Hit the Wall -- Finding the Silver Lining to a Husbands Job Hunt -- Passion Is the Secret to Job-Search Success -- Coming Full Circle -- Sealing the Deal -- Late-Night Reflections on My Unemployment -- Career Resources.

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I was annoyed, because I had this lovingly bullshitted piece of paper in my hands that said I had worked very hard at trying to find a job. Looking for a job involves a wide range of responsibilities: preparing a resume, looking at ads, contacting employers, calling and visiting friends and acquaintances, follow ups, interviews.

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