"I completely and totally remember what it’s like graduating from college and having absolutely no clue what to do with my life." –Charlie Drozdyk
Sound familiar? Then turn off the tube, get off the couch, and read this book. Why this book? Drozdyk isn’t one of those so-called career experts who tells others how to get a job but hasn’t gotten one himself in years. He has learned firsthand how to open doors that seem jammed shut and get an offer over hundreds of other applicants. His advice comes straight from the employment trenches. Here’s his advice on:
Deciding which job is right for you–and which ones will lead to a life of eternal misery Resumes and cover letters–what works, what sucks, what you can get away with Interviewing Hell–staying cool in the hot seat Successful Getting your boss to love you–and giving good phone Moving up the ladder–from being an assistant to having one
Full of interviews with people in cool jobs, such as fashion editors, film producers, advertising copywriters, TV execs, and pop-culture critics, Jobs That Don’t Suck shows you how to get ahead and stay ahead.
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Get this book if you’re looking for a new job, for tips on the job you have now–or for a great read with a lot of laughs. And be sure to get it as a graduation gift for all those green college grads who are on their way out into the world. Drozdyk is full of great ideas, innovative approaches, and surprising insights!
Published by Ballantine Books Sep 29, 1998| 352 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/2| ISBN 9780345424266