New Career Management and Job Hunting Book Reveals How Employees Can Gain an Edge in an Uncertain Job Market

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Claim That Job is a career management and job hunting downloadable book that reveals how employees can gain a leading edge in an uncertain job market. Claim That Job focuses on how an employee can credit crunch proof their career by positioning themselves as number one in their market.

The credit crunch is now beginning to affect job security in key markets, and employees need to look at what they can offer a potential employer. It's a time for all employees to take a step back and review their career path to ensure that they understand what is needed to survive in the current market.

New ebook, Claim That Job, reveals how employees can gain a leading edge in an uncertain job market. Author Sharon Alexander says that more than ever, this is a time for employees to develop their job hunting skills and review their career goals as the credit crunch begins to take hold of the job market. As the ratio of employees going for jobs increases with the influx of so many people from the banking crisis, understanding the key requisites to get and keep a job is key to ensure that job hunters have an edge.

Career Consultant Sharon Alexander, who wrote the Career Management and Job Hunting ebook, Claim That Job and 50careersuccesstactics focuses on how employees can position themselves for success in any market by learning how to play the game and be indispensible even in the middle of a credit crunch.

In her blog at http://www.clamthatjob.com/blog, Sharon says, "Anyone, no matter how competitive the market, can push themselves ahead so that they have an edge over their competition. This is more important in the current climate as the market gears up for possibly more company bankruptcies as the credit crunch increases its stranglehold in key markets."

Claim That Job covers how to manage your career path, how an employee needs to brand themseves to stand out in a competitive market to guarantee career success, what graduates need to do to give themselves an edge in an interview and communication and presentation tactics.

Sharon Alexander believes that this is a time for employees to take stock of what they have to offer. "The credit crunch is now beginning to affect job security in key markets, and employees need to look at what they can offer a potential employer. It's a time for all employees to take a step back and review their career path to ensure that they understand what is needed to survive in the current market." In Claim That Job, she says that although employees may face stiffer competition for jobs from now on, it is possible for employees and job seekers to give themselves an edge by understanding what is required to get the best jobs.

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