There is no discrimination these days when it comes to being rejected for a job; redundant CEO’s and hopeful graduates are in exactly the same boat.
You sit at your computer sending out endless applications and CV’s, only for the rejection letters to land on the doormat,without even an interview to give you a chance to get your potential across in person.
The frustration of rejection can have a far reaching effect and many begin to lose faith, or start applying for mundane jobs that they are painfully over-qualified for.
The good news that there is now help to get you back on track, in the form of a new comprehensive handbook called You’re Hired Total Job Search 2013.
This handy guide shows you how to implement certain techniques, that are very easy to learn, in order for your application to stand out in a crowd, and help you to greatly improve your chances of grabbing your ideal job and relieve that frustration once and for all.
The book covers all of the important advice on writing a great CV, preparing for job interviews and assessment centres but also includes a professional recruiter’s tips and tricks that set it apart from other books in the job search market. It contains advice on how to search for jobs using professional networking platforms like LinkedIn and up to the minute advice on using the social media including Facebook and Twitter to build new contacts and unearth unadvertised jobs.
Aimed at job hunters at every level, this book is crammed full of smart techniques to help job hunters plan their job search, get short-listed and stand out from the crowd at interviews and assessment centres.
You’re Hired! Total Job Search 2013 is the great new guide for job hunters who want to get up, get out and get hired!