Targeting the Job You Want

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Find your dream job using online research

Targeting the Job You Want can be a good read for anyone who wants to learn how to leverage the internet to discover and pursue their ideal career. This book offers practical tips on industry research, identifying key decision makers, and networking more efficiently. The most unique feature of this book is the emphasis on online research and how it can help users discover new and unexpected career opportunities. Overall, readers would likely find Targeting the Job You Want to be a valuable resource in their job search.

Targeting the Job You Want

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ISBN: 9781564144492
Estimated First-hand Retail Price: $18.61
Authors: Kate Wendleton
Publisher: Career Press
Date of Publication: 2000-02-01
Format: Paperback
Goodreads rating: 3.86
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Going beyond prior editions, Targeting the Job You Want, 3e, includes complete information and advice on using the internet to find out about industries, research companies, and identify key decision makers. This edition delves into strategies and tips for online research that can help the user develop job targets, become an "industry insider", discover new opportunities never thought of , and network more quickly and more efficiently than ever before. Written by Kate Wendleton, syndicated career columnist, Targeting the Job You Want, 3e, will help the user identify their dream, make it specific and learn the steps needed to achieve it.
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Find your dream job using online research

Targeting the Job You Want can be a good read for anyone who wants to learn how to leverage the internet to discover and pursue their ideal career. This book offers practical tips on industry research, identifying key decision makers, and networking more efficiently. The most unique feature of this book is the emphasis on online research and how it can help users discover new and unexpected career opportunities. Overall, readers would likely find Targeting the Job You Want to be a valuable resource in their job search.