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Title:
The six-figure job-hunting handbook : how to replace your $100,000+ job
Author:
Ellis, Glen.
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Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
Roseville, Calif. : Prima Venture, [2002]

©2002
Physical Description:
xv, 249 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780761563723
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Book

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If you're looking to land a six-figure salary in today's challenging job market, you need an edge to set you apart and catch the eyes of recruiters. Having years of experience as a senior manager or executive isn't enough any more. Plus, the job of your dreams is not sitting on some Web site where every other job-seeker can find it. It's on the "hidden market," that exclusive job pool where open positions exist for only those brave enough--and smart enough--to ask. So how do you unlock that hidden market? Either you pay outplacement professionals or you read and apply the savvy, practical techniques in The Six-Figure Job-Hunting Handbook. In this indispensable resource, authors and job-hunting experts Glen Ellis and Jeff Jernigan put thousands of dollars of professional assistance and over 50 years of combined executive recruitment experience right at your fingertips. They guide you through every step of the job-hunting process, from polishing your resume to nailing the interview. Inside, you'll discover expert answers to your specific questions about upper-level recruitment, including: ·Do I need a professional headhunter in order to land a six-figure salary? ·When can I use my professional network to unlock the hidden job market? ·How do I find new positions without tipping off my staff or competitors? ·What are the two things I need to remember when negotiating my salary? ·And many more Complete with valuable networking strategies, reviews of the most current and helpful job-searching resources, and copies of resumes and cover letters that work time and time again, this book is the key to unlocking your career potential. Whether you're riding a golden parachute or just eyeing greener pastures, if you're a top-level employee, you do not want to be without The Six-Figure Job-Hunting Handbook.


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Publisher's Weekly Review

Whether you're a disgraced Enron vice president or an early retiree with a nose-diving portfolio, this how-to on job-hunting for the executive class could not be more timely. The authors, executive headhunters, prescribe planning exercises, filing systems, databases and relentless benchmarking (they suggest 50 job contacts per week as a realistic goal) to help ex-managers manage the demoralizing experience of joblessness. Despite the occasional lapse into motivational boilerplate ("Make up your mind right now that you have what it takes") and the stilted corporate-ese of their model interview responses ("I am an aggressive, results-oriented sales professional who loves to close the deal"), the authors provide much practical advice on resume-writing (even down to the font size), networking, cold-calling and using the Web to unearth unadvertised jobs. Some of their topics, like how to negotiate stock options, are aimed squarely at corporate high-flyers (alas, no tips on how to explain that pesky SEC investigation), but job-seekers of any tax bracket will find useful information here. (Oct.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved