Hot Off the Press: New Career Books for February

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Resumes That Pop: Designs That Reflect Your Personal Brand, by Pat Criscito

This book shows job seekers exactly how to create distinctive resumes that reflect the unique personality of their owners, their strengths, their background and training, and their career goals

Cracking the Hidden Job Market: How To Find Opportunity in Any Economy, by Donald Asher

Career guru Donald Asher offers proven strategies for finding great opportunities in any industry, such as how find jobs that are never posted anywhere, or how to convince potential employers to give you an interview-even when they are not hiring

So You Want to be an Engineer? A Guide to Success in the Engineering Profession, by Marianne Pilgrim Calabrese

This book shows you how to save yourself the agony of on the job trial-and-error training and dealing with the various departments within the organization such as manufacturing, marketing and top level management.

Creative Girl: The Ultimate Guide for Turning Talent and Creativity into a Real Career, by Katharine Sise

Emphasizing self-evaluation and the use of helpful worksheets, the author presents solid practical advice and encouragement through interviews with famous "creative girls."

The Complete Guide to Becoming a Firefighter, by Kory Pearn

This book provides countless tips, hints, suggestions, and details about how to successfully get hired by any fire department. This book covers everything from general knowledge about firefighting and is written from a recently hired firefighter's perspective.

Taking Charge of Your Career: A Guide for Library and Information Professionals, by Joanna Ptolomey

The author, a librarian and information professional, provides a guide for current and aspiring librarians with guidelines to design their own career paths and achieve their personal and professional goals.


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