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Recommended Books on Resumes and Cover Letters

Kick Start Your Career

For new graduates, the key challenge remains how to secure that first career-related job. Full of guidance and tips on how to handle the complex field of job hunting, Kick Start Your Career can help navigate an ever-changing job market and secure your chance at your desired career...

The Best Keywords for Resumes, Letters, and Interviews: Powerful Words and Phrases for Landing Great Jobs!

Are You using the Right Keywords to Win the Job? ... The Best Keywords for Resumes, Letters, and Interviews is the most comprehensive and authoritative guide to keywords for job seekers...

Knock Em Dead Resumes

Knock Em Dead Resumes, 11th edition. How to write a killer resume and use it to get more job interviews and job offers than you have ever had before. Every page packed with practical, easy-to-follow advice for creating your resume.

The Elements of Résumé Style

In The Elements of Résumé Style, Bennett shows readers how to craft clear, compelling, targeted résumés and cover letters that actually work...

Knock 'em Dead Cover Letters

In this newest edition of the 'Knock 'em Dead' series, Martin Yate shows readers how to create an impressive, targeted, and dynamic cover letter that will increase their chances of landing an interview...

How to Write an Amazing IT Resume

Finally, a resume book created for IT professionals. Whether you're just getting out of school and looking for your first job, or you're an IT veteran with years of experience, this book has everything you need...

Modernize Your Resume

How to craft a winning resume to meet the complexities of today's highly competitive and technologically driven employment market. 

Recommended Books on Interviewing

Presenting Yourself: How to Make a Great Impression

Covers everything from developing key soft skills, to crafting job-winning cover letters and résumés, to acing the interview and your first day on the job.

60 Seconds and You're Hired!

Proven strategies to help you take charge of the interview process. Includes answers to tough, tricky interview questions ; how to handle structured or behavioral questions; questions you should always ask, and ones to never ask and more.

101 Smart Questions to Ask on Your Interview, 4th Edition

 "Do you have any questions for me?" marks the end of an interview. Or, perhaps the most important interview phase

Don't Wear Flip-Flops to Your Interview: And Other Obvious Tips that You Should Be Following to Get the Job You Want

Strategies and techniques that are practical, market proven, and easy to use. Lessons from the personal experiences of thousands of professionals who have succeeded in the job-changing game.
 

Brilliant: How To Succeed In Any Interview

You’ve got the interview – now how will you get the job? Show you how to present yourself as the best candidate for the job...

High-Impact Interview Questions

Come with more than the formulaic interview questions we have all come to expect. Learn to be unique and stand out above the rest.

Surviving the Whiteboard Interview

Explore  good soft skills, showing your work ethic, positive attitude, and the ability to take and implement criticism effectively. 

Knock Em Dead Job Interview: How To Turn Job Interviews Into Paychecks

If you are like 99.9% of all other professionals, you have less experience turning job interviews into job offers than you have with any other essential professional skill. Knock 'em Dead Job Interview will turn this weakness into strength...

The Perfect Interview: Your Key to Acing Job Interviews

Includes questions to expect; how to prepare beforehand; how to dress; things that can ruin an interview; why readers may be getting interviews but not jobs; considerations for recent college grads; how to stay positive; and much more!

Ultimate Interview: 100s of Great Interview Answers

Focuses on the softer skills associated with successful interviews such as how to convey your alignment to your future employer's values or demonstrate that you are the most willing rather than just capable candidate. With additional advice on researching the background to a vacancy, and how skills and characteristics can be assessed and developed.


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