Top 10 Interview Books For Job Search Survival

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Need help looking for a job?  Interview coach way too expensive for your taste?  Here are a few books that can help you find the job you need on a limited budget.  These are my top picks and are available for seriously discounted prices.  Yes, that means the eCommerce powerhouse that has been selling books for many years.  Amazon and Thrift books.  Yes it takes time, but what the heck.  It’s Monday and you don’t have a job.   Take a look and get started.  These books will help you with, interview job skills as well as aggressive job search and networking your way to your next career.

 

  1.  Guerrilla Marketing For Job Hunters 3.0, Jay Conrad Levinson, David E. Perry
  2. High Impact Interview Questions, Behavior-Based Questions, Victoria Hoevemeyer
  3. Job Search Magic, Susan Britton Whitcomb
  4. Job Searching With Social Media, Joshua Waldman, MBA
  5. The Complete Idiot’s guide to The Perfect Interview, Marc Dorio
  6. The Quick Resume & Cover Letter book, Michael Farr
  7. Get The Job You Want, Edited by John Berman
  8. Resume Magic, Susan Britton Whitecomb
  9. The 2 Hour Job Search, Steve Dalton
  10. My Top PickLose the Resume, Land the Job
    Gary Burnison

About the Author

Steve Dalton is a senior career consultant and associate director at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. He holds his own MBA from the same institution. Prior to entering the career services industry, Steve was an associate marketing manager at General Mills and a strategy consultant at A.T. Kearney.

Get out there and make it happen.

 

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