"Whether you're getting hired for the first time, seeking a promotion, or looking forward to getting many job offers throughout your career, you will learn how to beat out the competition and secure the money you actually deserve,” says Reiter
Portland, OR (PRWEB) November 29, 2016
What if the biggest dilemma during a job search was choosing which great job offer to accept? “The Suck Less Job Search,” a new book from job search expert and career coach Adam Reiter, has left many job seekers in just that position. With dozens of easy tips and techniques to try—including ones that utilize cutting-edge technology—this brand new book has taken thousands of readers from job search to job found.
Best of all, “The Suck Less Job Search” is absolutely free. That's right: Reiter, who often charges $500 an hour when coaching C-Suite executives on the job hunt, has put his very best tips and tools into one book, and he's giving it away for free. (Click here to get a copy.)
“I've always wanted to offer my seasoned advice to job seekers, but my packed schedule doesn't allow me to help as many people as I'd like,” says Reiter. “I finally decided to pen a new book that includes much of the same high-end coaching that job seekers are looking for, but at no cost. 'The Suck Less Job Search' is full of the tried and tested strategies my private clients have used to land their dream jobs. If you give them a try I have no doubt that you, too, will take back the job search and have employers chasing you.”
When you read this book you will learn how to:
- Bypass HR and corporate recruiters to receive offers right from hiring managers
- Tap into your undeniable gifts to garner offers personalized just for you
- Beat out other candidates in a fiercely competitive market
- Reignite dead job searches in a few easy steps
- Successfully transition into a new field without losing seniority
- Win each interview with a handy 2-step process
- Get multiple offers out of a single job search
“Whether you're getting hired for the first time, seeking a promotion, or looking forward to getting many job offers throughout your career, you will learn how to beat out the competition and secure the money you actually deserve,” says Reiter. “My latest book even has meaningful suggestions for new graduates struggling with student loan debt.”
“The Suck Less Job Search” is Reiter's second book. His first, “You Can Get a Job in Fashion” recounted tips from his experience working with brands including CK Calvin Klein and Giorgio Armani. Reiter has been a featured contributor for CBS TV, national radio shows and written articles.