Career Building: Your Total Handbook for Finding a Job and Making It Work (Paperback)

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Description


Your one-stop guide to finding a job, navigating the corporate ladder, and leaving when the time is right

Did you know that:

  • 60% of hiring managers will offer a higher salary if asked?
  • 14% of workers have used happy hour to get ahead?
  • 66% of businesses monitor Internet use?
  • 77% of workers feel burnout on the job?

From the experts at CareerBuilder.com, America's largest online job site, comes a complete handbook for career domination. Whether it's answering the questions the interviewers are really asking, making the most of your performance reviews, or quitting with great references and without burning bridges, Career Building explains it all. This book offers everything from job hunting basics to hiring manager secrets, office survival advice to career change suggestions, workplace statistics to sample resignation letters, and more. Whether you're looking for your first job or your fortieth, or you're just eager to move up the ranks at your current company, this is the one and only guide you need to create the career you've always wanted.

About the Author


CareerBuilder.com, America's largest online job site, has more than 22 million unique visitors per month and powers the job search centers for more than 1,000 partners, including 150 newspapers.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780061579103
ISBN-10: 0061579106
Publisher: Harper Paperbacks
Publication Date: March 24th, 2009
Pages: 288
Language: English