By Peggy Klause
Learn how identify your strengths and then sell them without coming across the wrong way. Perfect if you're anticipating an interview this year or think it's time to let your superiors know you're ready for a promotion. Read more here.
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This is the world's most popular job search book, and if you haven't read it before, it's about time you did! Read more here.
By Alysse Metzler
If you ever intend to apply for a job in a private (non-government)
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By Jay Conrad Levinson
Detailing job hunting strategies for the information age, this book
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While an inspiring read for anyone, if you're a woman and want to
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