Thursday, May 21, 2015

Super Job Search IV by Peter K. Studner




Super Job Search IV
Peter K. Studner

Rating and Recommendation

Rating: 5 teacups

Recommendations: Yes, Yes, Yes!

Book Club Worthy: No 


Review


Need a job? Parents dream of an empty nest?

A 5 star rating for a book about finding a job? I can hardly believe it myself. I actually enjoyed and was fascinated by the thought process and the procedures that are laid out to find jobs that are not advertised. 

College Grads if you are looking for a way to break into your chosen field this book takes you all the way from which part of the work force you should be in and whether your dream job really exists in this market through your final interviews. Those of you later in life who have been downsized or laid off due to the economy, at any level up to executive, this book has the advice to you also. Each of the sections are laid out so the parts that apply to your situation are easily identifiable. 

Mom or dad if you are worried about your adult offspring finding a job, this book is the perfect present, Perhaps you can even help them with interviews and decide you might want a better job yourself. The information for that is clearly presented in there to help any job seeker. It even has the answers for those tricky questions that some employers ask that are just on the verge of legal about your private life, if you do not wish to answer them. Studner has thought of everything and almost makes me want to come out of retirement to use his book to get a job. Well, almost, but this book is still getting a solid 5 from me and I recommend it to everyone in the job market if you think you could get a better job or a job. I wish there were a 10 out of 5 as I could not praise this book as much as it deserves.

Disclosures
I would like to thank Jamenair Ltd. for allowing me via NetGALLEY to read an unreleased copy for a fair and honest review.


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AAUW works empowering women, since 1881, standing up for causes in the areas of educational, social, economic and political issues especially important to women. Marie Currie was one of the first beneficiaries of the group that would become AAUW receiving monetary help to attend college. I am a proud member and believe that the profit from books seems a fitting donation.