It's tough landing your first job out of school and starting that climb up the ladder of success in such an uncertain world. In Knock 'em Dead: Secrets & Strategies, you will learn how to get what you want out of life:
Make sense of the world of work.
Develop a life plan that puts you in control.
Complete your job search in record time.
Start on the right foot and win promotions.
Never be unemployed--always have income.
Gain access to the corporate inner circle.
Weave your dreams into long-term success.
You can score the job you want and learn to survive and prosper over the long haul of your career, no matter what's happening with the economy. Knock 'em Dead: Secrets & Strategies is a blueprint for acing the rules of success and then living life on your terms!
Martin Yate, CPC, is one of the foremost experts in the field of resumes, job search and career management. The author of Knock ’em Dead, Knock ’em Dead Resumes, Knock ’em Dead Cover Letters, Knock ’em Dead: Secrets & Strategies for First-Time Job Seekers, and many other career books. Martin has helped millions of people achieve professional success and he can help you too.
"[Yate's] new approach walks readers through their first job search, providing a unique blueprint for smart career management strategies that will help them live the life they want." - ExecutiveCareerBrand.com
"I truly respect Martin Yate's work. His Knock 'Em Dead job search books have set a standard for clear and effective advice.... In this guide for new workers, he adds useful chapters on career management and job changing, with illuminating quotes from a panel of 40+ career experts." - Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"Knock'em Dead Secrets & Strategies for First-Time Job Seekers... provides a wealth of information and insight regarding how to make one's resume discoverable in databases, how to build and leverage social networks, and how to turn job interviews into job offers, among other related topics. This would make a great gift for any young person graduating from college this month." - Bookviews.com