Kennesaw, Ga. (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
In his practical new book, “Backup Skills for a Tough Job Market: One Skill Will Not Cut It” (published by WestBow Press), author Davi Sal stresses the importance of having a backup plan when it comes to the job market and shows readers how they can improve their chances of professional success.
“We are living in a global job crisis where many people need backup skills to survive,” Sal asserts. “The economy is slowly recovering everywhere and the media constantly speaks of the subject of job growth. People need to learn the tricks of the trade to find these hidden jobs being created on a daily basis.”
Written in a concise, conversational style, “Backup Skills for a Tough Job Market” outlines seven critical backup skills that Sal believes will keep workers in demand. He invites readers to look within themselves and shows them how to become more aggressive during a job search. The book offers helpful strategies to help its audience find a job faster and learn how to keep it.
“People everywhere, regardless of their knowledge and financial situation, want to do better in life,” Sal says. “This book will make a difference in the life of all present and future job seekers.”
“Backup Skills for a Tough Job Market”
By Davi Sal
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 100 pages | ISBN 9781490810133
E-Book | ISBN 9781490810140
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Davi Sal has worked and gained experience in many fields, allowing him peace of mind even during a tough job market. “One skill will not cut it” is the author’s constant message. He has helped many people in his community make positive changes and is dedicated to leading by example, assisting everyone who crosses his path. He lives with his family in Georgia.
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