Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Knock 'em Dead Secrets and Strategies For Success In An Uncertain World Book Review

Knock 'em Dead: Secrets and Strategies For Success In An Uncertain World
By Martin Yate

We all know that the old days of choosing a career and working for one employer until retirement are over. With this current and long lasting recession, with jobs lost and lives shattered, what is a job seeker to do? Reading Martin Yate's new book could be the smartest and quickest way to take charge of your job or career. Mr. Yate's up to the minute, clear, practical and doable approach to finding a job or changing your career is perfect. Advice on creating a must have killer resume and how to use the internet for job searches, networking and research are just a couple of the subjects covered in the book.

Going on a job interview soon? There are four chapters devoted to helping you "Knock 'em Dead" and land the job. Being unemployed or working in a dying industry certainly creates fear and anxiety. Today's job market is so competitive that any advantage available must be seized. Reading this book could very possibly give you the edge over other people who are applying for the same job you are. Use this book to help you on your decades long journey of employment and growth. Take control of your job search or career change with the rock solid information given here. Discover how to create the career and the life you dream about.

Released today, May 18th this book was named "Career Book of the Year" by Joyce Lain Kennedy. You can find the other books written by Martin Yate in the Knock Em Dead series here.

You can purchase this great book from Books A Million and Walmart as well as the Publishers website. Right now on the publishers website you can get free shipping with orders over $25.

* I was not paid or compensated for this post. I was sent a free copy of this book for my review by the publisher/PR company. The opinions are 100% mine and may vary from others.

1 comment

1 Funky Woman said...

Him, this sounds like an interesting book. Maybe even a good graduation gift for my nephew, thanks!


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