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Publisher Description

The hardest working job-search plan you can get—and still the easiest one to use.

And that’s why thousands of schools, colleges, and state One-Stop Career Centers use The Job Hunting Handbook in their job-search programs. It includes everything you need to outsmart the competition, land interviews, sell yourself, and win job offers. You can read The Job Hunting Handbook in an hour or so and get started the same day. The tone is upbeat and friendly. The content includes material you won’t find anywhere else. And, it’s priced for tight budgets during hard times like these.

Look what’s included—

•  Learn how employers hire so you can avoid the four cuts

•  How to qualify for the job—even if you’re a first-time job hunter

•  Just fill-in-the-blanks to craft a resume with all the “right stuff”

•  Let AIDA help you write simple cover letters that open doors

•  How to complete a perfect job application, first time, every time

•  The top 3 ways to get a job interview—and 4 more, just in case

•  What to say when a hiring manager calls you

•  How to ask three references to sing your praises

•  What to wear to a job interview—and why it matters

•  How to sell yourself with a 15 second sales pitch

•  Answer 50 tough interview questions with ease

•  Plus timely tips on manners, enthusiasm, mirroring and so much more

No fluff. No filler.

No complex strategies. No unnecessary exercises. The Job Hunting Handbook gets straight to the point with practical, usable information, and simple step-by-step instruction.

Plus, only The Job Hunting Handbook includes the “Job Outlook to 2026”

For those curious about which jobs are in demand, which jobs are in decline, how much they pay, and the qualifications for each job, The Job Hunting Handbook has the facts on the top 175 different occupation.

Used by thousands of career professionals to help millions of people find work. 8,000,000 copies sold.

Business & Personal Finance
November 6
Dahlstrom & Company, Inc.
Dahlstrom & Company

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