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Don't Send a Resume And Other Contrarian Rules to Help Land a Great Job

Following the success of the national bestseller How To Become CEO Fox lays down the rules on lan. I m giving it 3 stars not because it s a bad book it s actually uite good for its purpose not all the ideas are new but the book is concise and to the point but because it s depressing as hell Between being compared to a cereal box all the time which is true companies see us as a product no news here and the amount of effort it goes to sell myself successfully to an employer and get an awesome job the amount of research he advises you to do prior to even sending a resume is insane but again if you are that prepared you ll get the job makes me think that a I should be focusing on the public sector NGO b I should be fostering my entrepreneurial spirit and use all this energy to open my own company instead

Jeffrey J. Fox ☆ 5 Download

Ding a dream job Easy to read with inspiring advice this book claims success with rules such as l. This a bit old book Many advises are well known to everyone If you have some experience I don t believe that you find something new However it s a not bad glossary for young employees and students


10 thoughts on “Don't Send a Resume And Other Contrarian Rules to Help Land a Great Job

  1. says:

    Originally purchased this book when I was recruiting job candidates because I really enjoyed other Jeffrey Fox books I’d definitely recommend

  2. says:

    Fox has many helpful tips in this small volume Some of them I had read in other books of this nature and others I had not There was enough original material here to make me glad that I was reading it Plus he offers examples of what he means by a resu letter boomerang letter and a pre call planner He coaches his readers on

  3. says:

    I'm giving it 3 stars not because it's a bad book it's actually uite good for its purpose not all the ideas are new but the book is concise and to the point but because it's depressing as hell Between being compared to a cereal box all the time which is true companies see us as a product no news here and the amount of effort it goes to sell myself successfully to an employer and get an awesome job the amount of research he advises you to do

  4. says:

    Has some good ideas and some bad ones This book was written in 2001 so I was surprised that it didn't include anything about online job searches or email The things I'd like to remember from this book are to point out what I can do

  5. says:

    This a bit old book Many advises are well known to everyone If you have some experience I don't believe that you find something new However it's a not bad glossary for young employees and students

  6. says:

    Must have I think this book needs read everybody

  7. says:

    Helpful easy to read

  8. says:

    A clear sales methodology for lifetime employment

  9. says:

    One of the worst books I've ever read

  10. says:

    Straight forward Easy to read The author writes in a direct crisp and upbeat manner The gist of the book is that you are the product and you need to sell yourself to prospective employeesFox recommends avoiding sending resumes to everyone but rather doing lots of homework on the 5 or so companies where you thin

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