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I haven’t been able to find a written guide for School Leavers, Disabled people seeking employment as well as long term unemployed people, wanting to know the absolute BASICS of how to prepare themselves when looking for work, which is critical for success.
In addition, most books printed have long unclear or difficult words that totally confuse people, and basically, many Authors take for granted that everyone knows the basics of looking for work.
This book covers many different avenues when approaching job hunting. I also include examples and ideas to think about while you look around for work or consider changing positions.
Especially with areas such as obtaining work before leaving school like in supermarkets and other small businesses. I may be an Australian however as you read through you will quickly see that the suggestions etc., I propose can be used anywhere in the world.
My diverse working career enabled me to pass on my knowledge to School Leavers, Disabled people and unemployed. Many of you would have been in the situation of having people from different organisations discuss with you, about either being unemployed or looking for work.
If you have ever had to deal with this scenario you will understand how disillusioned you can get with the system. My numerous employment skills gained from various areas, enable me to understand many involved personal problems relating to the unemployed not to mention with my own disabilities, and limitations.
I have confidence in that there would be many people out there who would like to ask the basic job questions, however, feel that they would be seen as silly questions. My opinion is everyone needs to talk to someone sometime, the discussion does not have to last for a very long time, but just get it off your chest.
Nonetheless trying to find work is scary and I hope my book will help you secure that great job!