ERIC Number: ED394074
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
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How To Move from College into a Secure Job.
This book is designed to help recent college graduates and persons who are between jobs to find and keep a secure job. It helps readers to analyze themselves and their potential for getting a job. It includes information on the following: self-analysis and defining abilities, getting started with a plan and job search, what is personally important, organizing a resume and putting it together, how long it takes to research a company, coping with structured and unstructured interviews, and unwinding the ladder-climbing myth. The 11 chapters focus on the following topics: (1) avoiding minimum-wage risk; (2) researching yourself; (3) do you need another degree?; (4) getting a job right away; (5) resume and cover letter risk--don't get stuck on the bottom of the pile; (6) company risk--how to research large companies; (7) how to research small companies, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies; (8) screening risk--the brown shoe problem; (9) the company interview--how can you tell if the job is in the war zone; (10) waiting--you're almost there; and (11) what to do now that you have the job. (KC)
Descriptors: Career Development, Career Planning, College Graduates, Education Work Relationship, Employment Interviews, Employment Potential, Entry Workers, Job Application, Job Search Methods, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Young Adults
VGM Career Horizons, Div. of NTC Publishing Group, 4255 West Touhy Avenue, Lincolnwood, IL 60646-1975 ($12.95).
Publication Type: Books
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