New Book, How to Find and Keep a New Job, Essential for UK Career Success

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From job seekers, to newly employed and those stalled in their current employment, anyone will benefit from the good, common sense advice included in the new eBook, How to Find and Keep a New Job. Packed with information valuable for all stages of the job search process, it's an essential ingredient for all job seekers.

As recession bites throughout the UK and other parts of the world more and more people are losing their jobs, their livelihoods, homes, dignity and self esteem and we felt with the information and experience we had in this sector we had something of benefit to offer individuals, corporations and government by writing this book.

How to Find and Keep a New Job covers many unique areas and provides answers which are rarely found in competing products, it is a useful, timely new eBook designed to help anyone in the UK cope with job loss and arm them to conduct a savvy job search. Layoffs and job losses continue, meaning greater competition for fewer new jobs. This eBook provides extensive information and career advice to give job seekers a tremendous advantage. Covering CVs, resumes, job applications, interviews and post hiring etiquette, How to Find and Keep a New Job is an essential guide in challenging times. Visit http://www.findajobnow.co.uk to find the book and to access a valuable, informative and free white paper report.

"Losing a job is personally traumatic; it can result in both a loss of income and a loss of worth," said Linda Moore author of How to Find and Keep a New Job. "As recession bites throughout the UK and other parts of the world more and more people are losing their jobs, their livelihoods, homes, dignity and self esteem and we felt with the information and experience we had in this sector we had something of benefit to offer individuals, corporations and government by writing this book."

How to Find and Keep a New Job is a comprehensive 300 page book divided into 16 sections, meaning it is easy to find the most relevant section no matter what the situation. The book begins with a section designed to help those who have recently lost their job successfully cope with their loss and properly prepare for a job search. It then covers the whole job search process, first with an overview and then by breaking down each step. How to Find and Keep a New Job includes detailed sections coaching job seekers on creating a winning resume or CV, covering letter, filling out application forms, cultivating a winning attitude and interviewing well. Detailed appendices contain examples of each document -- resumes, CV, application forms, and even interview questions and preferred answers. It has a list of on-line resources, a glossary and checklists designed to prepare candidates for every step of the job search process.

However, How to Find and Keep a New Job really stands out by providing insights setting it apart from run of the mill employment guides. "Beyond the basic tools supporting the job search, our book is packed with valuable key competency tools and behavioural guidance which really do make the difference to whether you keep or lose your job, get good pay rises and make a clear career progression," said Moore.

Also available at http://www.findajobnow.co.uk are two targeted guides addressing specific parts of the job search process. Winning Job Search & Interview Techniques is an 11 part guide focused specifically on the early stages of the process. Tough Interview Questions, Answers and Top Tips is a 13 part guide that breaks down the thorny and often scary job interview process with sample interview questions and preferred answers as well as the psychology of job interview success.

Perfect for recent university graduates, the newly unemployed or anyone who feels stalled in their current job, How to Find and Keep a New Job is also useful for employment agencies, exit packages for redundant employees, and even for banks and government agencies as a proactive way to ensure people retain productive employment.

To see the table of contents, view samples from the eBook and download a 25 page white paper addressing job search issues, visit http://www.findajobnow.co.uk and sign in.

Contact:
Roland Moore
mail at findajobnow dot co dot uk
02086690025

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