Toronto, ON (PRWEB) December 30, 2013
The Panic Free Job Search recommended by Forbes is available as part of the 'Give the Gift of a Better Job Search' special event in order to provide a great business book at an affordable price to those in need, such as new graduates, the unemployed, and those seeking a job change. Concerned parents, friends and loved ones can step-up and do something about helping frustrated job hunters to be successful in job search by purchasing and gifting the best-selling The Panic Free Job Search: Unleash the Power of the Web and Social Networking to Get Hired anywhere books are sold, such as, Barnes and Nobles, Indigo-Chapters or online at Amazon and other great online book stores.
The book was written because job search has changed dramatically over the last few years and job hunters need a leg-up in order to come out on top in the tough competition for limited well paying and fulfilling jobs. The Panic Free Job Search book shows job hunters, new graduates, the unemployed or those seeking a more gratifying job, an easy step-by-step process in order to be successful in the new job search.
The Panic Free Job Search is all about taking the mystery out of the new job search by revealing the best methods of online search and how they can be coupled with traditional or off-line search to find the best hidden jobs that offer great pay and long lasting full-time employment.
"I took part in this Give the Gift of a Better Job Search special event at the urging of two of my sons, Justin and Eric, who were adamant that the book needed to be specially priced so more people can find work," said Paul Hill, The Panic Free Job Search book author.
"Finding a job today requires so many different job search skills, including knowing how to create a Linkedin profile and an online image that attracts employers and when applying to jobs, a resume with the right 'keyword phrases' and the right context in order to penetrate the digital wall erected by employers, which to most who rely on applying to jobs online, is the big barrier to landing any job," exclaimed Hill. "Employers aggressively filter out applicants through the use of computers denying them access to good jobs even when they are totally qualified because job hunters do not understand that having the right keywords in a resume is just not enough to have their resume selected. Customized resumes written with the right 'keyword phrases' and the right context that target job descriptions and 'speak to' the unique employer are critical factors to an applicants' job search success."
The book not only deals with how to avoid being screened out by the employers' computers but more importantly how to breakthrough and get to an in-person meeting with an actual human and avoid those heartless automated rejection emails. The book clearly outlines how to get insiders at targeted companies who are often now paid cash rewards for their efforts, to refer the soon-to-be new worker to the right person who has the authority to say "You're hired!" "Networking online or offline is important to get employees, the insiders, who work at the employers you want to work for, to represent you to the their HR team or even their direct boss... that is how the great jobs are found. I have dedicated a chapter of the book and special online resources to help job hunters network with insiders effectively," said Paul Hill, the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers lead trainer for the Panic Free Job Search Program.
The author Paul Hill is the job search authority on training job hunters on how to be candidates without first having to be applicants. The Panic Free Job Search is a pivotal guide proving why traditional job search methods have a low probability of success and why utilizing SMARTSearch methodology to uncover the hidden job market is the answer to a successful job search. With the best up-to-date information, the book is helping thousands get hired.
Give the Gift of a Better Job Search
The book can be purchased through the Give the Gift of a Better Job Search special event, online only, for 62% OFF for residents of the USA at Amazon.com and for residents of Canada at Amazon.ca. The book published by Career Press is also available at book stores Barnes and Nobles and Chapters-Indigo-Coles in Canada. For more information, visit: http://www.panicfreejobsearch.com/.
About the Author:
Paul Hill is recognized as a new breed of job search expert by his loyal followers, dedicated to guiding and educating professionals to be proactive and adopt career management best practices through his work as Chief Instructor and Principal of Transition to Hired, a division of ADV. He has built an award-winning record as a leader in the placement industry through his work as President of ADV Advanced Technical Services Inc. (ADV), an international search and placement company.