by Kathy Bornheimer
In today's job market skill, flexibility and risk taking are needed to survive, let alone succeed. If you're going to learn how to succeed, why not learn from someone who's done it. Kathy practices what she preaches! This book walks people through the process. It's not rocket science; it doesn't have to be. Learn from the successes and failures of others. Reduce (not eliminate) job search mistakes. Follow the suggestions and strategies outlined in this book and you will find a job that you enjoy. Discover how to find a good job with a good company and work with good people. These are the ingredients of job and life fulfillment.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: With both a bachelor of science in education and a master of science in teaching, Kathy Bornheimer is currently the Director of Career Services at the Bryant and Stratton College Milwaukee Campus. Her years of sales, then technical recruiting provided her with insights into the successes and failures of others. To this she adds her own experience in career changes, which allows her to provide accurate examples. In her spare time, she likes to travel.
(2004, saddlewire, 90 pages)