Guide to Internet Job Searching 2004-2005
by Margaret Riley Dikel
The essential guide to finding a job online ""Simply the best thing in print on the subject of using the Internet in your job search."" -Richard N. Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute? This definitive guide to harnessing the Internet's powerful research capabilities has been thoroughly updated to include the latest online job searching techniques. Using Guide to Internet Job Searching, 2004-2005, absolutely anyone with access to a computer can immediately conduct a timesaving, low-cost, high-impact job search. Copublished with the Public Library Association, the Guide to Internet Job Searching offers expert advice on how to find and use online bulletin boards, job listings, recruiter information, discussion groups, and resumeposting services. Its easy-to-use format and user-friendly tone make this an excellent tool for both the experienced surfer and Internet newbie. Includes: Local, state-by-state, government, and international resource listings and opportunities Online career resources Specific career path information Reviews of some of the more popular job listing and recruiting websites.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (February 5, 2004)
PDF. 1,2 Mb.
Cover Letter Magic
by Wendy S. Enelow, Louise Kursmark, Wendy Enelow
Library Journal, April 1, 2004: A Career Guide Bestseller!
This new second edition includes more than 150 winning cover letters for every profession and situation. Readers get great tips from before and after transformations that turn boring letters into knockouts. Plus, there are tips on resumes, e-mail and scannable cover letters, thank-you letters, and dozens of sample opening paragraphs. Also provides proven first paragraphs to start the cover letter with strength.
Publisher: Jist Publishing; 2nd edition (January 1, 2004)
PDF. 4,5 Mb.
Gallery of Best Resumes for People Without a Four-Year Degree
by David F. Noble
A showcase collection of more than 200 outstanding sample resumes and 30 cover letters representing the very best creations of professional resume writers. These one-of-a-kind, eye-catching resumes cover jobs from all occupational groups and at all levels and are targeted specifically to jobs that do not require a four-year college degree—jobs that require a high school diploma, post-secondary training, community college, or a two-year degree. Using the samples and Dr. Noble’s writing tips, readers can create their own interview-landing resumes and cover letters.
Publisher: JIST Works; 3rd edition (September 30, 2004)
PDF. 22,4 Mb.