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50 Ways to Get a Job: An Unconventional Guide to Finding Work on Your Terms
Contributor(s): Aujla, Dev, Rinzler, Lodro (Foreward By)
ISBN: 0143131532     ISBN-13: 9780143131533
Publisher: Tarcherperigree
    OUR PRICE: $13.50  
Product Type: Paperback
Published: April 2018
Annotation: Based on the popular website of the same name, a cleverly constructed guide, written by a job search expert, offers practical, tested steps to finding (and getting) the right job in today’s endlessly fluctuating job market. Original.
Additional Information
Library of Congress Subjects:
Job hunting.
Vocational guidance.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Careers / Job Hunting.; bisacsh
BISAC Categories:
- Business & Economics | Careers | Job Hunting
- Business & Economics | Motivational
Dewey: 650.14
LCCN: 2017033682
Academic/Grade Level: General Adult
Book type: Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 7.50" H x 5.00" W x 0.50" (0.45 lbs) 224 pages
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.

Contributor Bio(s): Dev Aujla is the CEO of Catalog, a recruiting and insight firm that has provided talent and high level strategy to some of the worlds most innovative companies including from BMW, GOOD Magazine,, and Planned Parenthood. He speaks regularly and blogs for outlets that include INC Magazine and Fast Company. His writing and work have been featured in dozens of media outlets including the New York Times, Glamour Magazine, MSNBC, CBC and The Globe and Mail.

Reviewed by Publishers Weekly Reviews (PW Reviews 2018 February #2)

Aujla, CEO of the recruiting firm Catalog, which works with nonprofits and startups, presents a practical guide for young people looking for their first—or their first paid—job. The book aims to teach job seekers how to understand their own skills and needs, and thereby improve their chances of finding suitable employment. Good jobs, Aujla advises optimistically, will feel natural and rejuvenating; bad jobs will turn a hapless employee into a stressed-out clock-puncher. So how to find the right one? Chock-full of exercises, this well-laid-out collection of concrete advice will help young readers feel better equipped to define their dream jobs, research potential employers, prep for big interviews, network effectively, and overcome obstacles when they inevitably get mired down. Clearly talking to millennials, Aujla urges a high-confidence approach which may feel foreign to the anxious parents dispensing this book as a graduation gift to their college seniors, but which will be endlessly helpful to the graduates themselves. Aujla has parlayed his experience into an excellent job hunter's 101 for the young and ambitious—or just unemployed. (Apr.)

Copyright 2018 Publishers Weekly.