The Ex-offender's 30/30 Job SolutionBook - 2009
Ex-offenders know all too well the importance of finding lifeboat jobs. Being released from prison or jail without money, a job, or family support, and facing immediate housing, clothing, food, and transportation needs - as well as probation and parole reporting requirements - they need to quickly land a job near where they live. Revealing the insider secrets of job placement professionals, this book introduces the concept of the 30/30 Job SearchTM which has been successfully used by thousands of clients. It outlines a powerful 30-day program for job hunters who seek satisfying employment opportunities within 30 miles of any community in the United States. The authors reveal how motivated and talented individuals can quickly find a job close to home by using an arsenal of unconventional job search strategies and techniques that get the attention of prospective employers. Indeed, they outline the fastest, most effective job hunting system anywhere for finding employment. The book includes three unique principles for job search success: Talent Intersecting Opportunity (TIO) Principle Talent and Geography (TAG) Principle 30-Mile Placement Principle Highlights of the book include tips on: using voicemail to get interviews sending effective email messages developing telephone scripts asking and answering questions closing interviews effectively resigning from an existing position targeting employers scheduling interviews contacting references asking for the job negotiating offers Book jacket. Filled with step-by-step advice for conducting an effective 30-day job search, here's the book that can make a big difference in the lives of ex-offenders who need a lifeboat job to survive in today's challenging economy. Book jacket.
Publisher: Manassas Park, VA : Impact Publications, c2009
Branch Call Number: 650.14 McNulty 2009
Characteristics: iv, 122 p. : ill. ; 25 cm