Others are more traditional. A little hesitant to make the big investment before the technology is proven. Or sometimes just unsure how to upload, download or utilize new technology.
So while I will always ask you to get modern with your job search, I won’t force you.
So here’s an olive branch to the technically challenged. Or the old school reading crowd in you. Who likes to have the feel of a book in hand.
So if your holiday shopping list has a few holes in it. Or your own wish list is not yet fulfilled.
Maybe this new paperback version can help.
By the way, I decided to leave the ebook version on the downloads page. It has been there a long time and I know a lot of you have downloaded it and shared it with others. Thanks for doing that.
For you Kindle lovers, there is a Kindle version there too. Here’s the brief description of the book:
A new and highly practical book has just been released for today’s job seeker. Written as “advice to a friend”, the book is broken into three sections, each including 10 chapters each covering the strategy, psychology and networking habits of a successful job search. Includes two bonus chapters. Written by a 22-year marketing executive, the book takes the unique perspective of a job seeker and hiring manager to share practical tips and tools for the modern job search.
It is now up on Amazon, will you write a review?
Written by: Tim Tyrell-Smith
Tags: amazon kindle | e-book | ideas | Job Search | jobs seeker | new technology | printed forms
Categories: Finding New Job