Marlborough, MA (PRWEB) November 21, 2012
Job hunters who are tempted to take a break during the holidays can learn how to leverage the holidays for their job hunt. It’s a great time to job hunt when there is less competition for interviews at the same time that many companies step up their hiring to prepare for the New Year. Job seekers can find over one hundred holiday job-hunting tips in the new eBook “New Year, New Job! 101 Top Tips from Job-Hunt Experts for Your Holiday Job Search” from respected jobs portal Job-Hunt.org.
The book will be FREE on Amazon from Thanksgiving Day until midnight on Monday, Nov. 26. Otherwise, it will cost ninety-nine cents per copy making it an ideal stocking stuffer for the job seeker on anyone’s list. Find it at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00A93TBXA
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 4,188,000 jobs were filled in December, 2011. That’s 30,000 MORE jobs than were filled in January of 2012. That’s a lot of hiring! Yes, people do land permanent, full-time jobs during the holidays.
With a preface by "What Color Is Your Parachute?" author Richard N. (Dick) Bolles, and practical and inspiring tips from the expert career writers of Job-Hunt.org, “New Year, New Job!” is available now in Amazon.com’s Kindle store at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00A93TBXA. Topics covered include handling awkward questions at family and holiday gatherings, sending holiday cards that benefit the job search, painless networking, beating the blahs, and much more.
The Job-Hunt Experts contributing their tips to this book are (in alphabetical order): Jason Alba, Diane Hudson Burns, Dr. Jan Cannon, Laura DeCarlo, Dr. Kate Duttro, Parmelee Eastman, Megan Fitzgerald, Wendy Gelberg, Don Goodman, Meg Guiseppi, Stephen Hinton. Rosalind Joffe, Susan P. Joyce, Laura Labovich, Carol McClelland, Jeff Lipschultz, Hannah Morgan, Phyllis Mufson, Camille Roberts, Nan S. Russell, Barbara Safani, Miriam Salpeter, Laura Smith-Proulx, Harry Urschel, Joshua Waldman, and Daisy Wright.
Established in 1995 and owned by NETability, Inc. since 1998, Job-Hunt.org was selected by US News as a “top site for finding work” and is described the Reader’s Digest as “vacuum-packed with solid information.” Job-Hunt has been referenced in “What Color Is Your Parachute?” “Resumes for Dummies” and “Guide to Internet Job Search,” as well as in TIME, FORTUNE, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Investors Business Daily, BusinessWeek, and hundreds of other books, publications, and Websites.
Note to editors: There is a hyphen between “job” and “hunt” in this domain name: Job-Hunt.org.