Helps you get to grips with the job market - packed with job inspiration and advice for career development. Whether you want to know how to get into your dream career, need help understanding the job market or you simply don't know where to start your job search, this book is packed with advice and inspiration to find the perfect job for you.
'Screw Work, Let's Play' will show readers why they will have far greater success, happiness and wealth from playing all day. Richard Branson, Steve Jobs and Warren Buffet all became billionaires by having fun, and you can too starting right now.
It's becoming more common for organisations to use assessment centres as part of their recruitment drive. So if you've recently been invited to one, and you're not sure what to expect or how to excel, then this is the book for you. You'll be guided through how each activity is conducted and how to prepare for each part of the selection process.
Uses detailed case material to show how counselling strategies can be used with clients seeking careers guidance. Offers guidance in structuring interviews and discusses important issues affecting working in the public sector.
Much more than just a resource directory, Lonely Planet's Volunteer is packed with invaluable information and full-colour inspiration to get you planning your perfect short- or long-term volunteer experience anywhere in the world.
If you're looking for a new job or just need a hand getting on the career ladder then You're Hired: Total Job Search is your one-stop-shop for landing the job of your dreams. Packed full of practical exercises and handy tips, this totally up-to-date, helpful guide will take you through the entire recruitment process.
Whether you're undertaking an employability module on your course, or need advice on developing transferable employability skills throughout your degree, this handy guide provides the theory and practical help you need to get your foot on the career ladder on graduation.
Reveals the secrets to successful interviews. Packed with insider insights, tips and advice, this book covers what you need to know to secure your dream job and build a rewarding career, including: how to write a winning CV that reflects your skills, ambitions and values; and tips on how to answer even the toughest interview questions.
This book will reassure and help anyone applying for jobs by giving practical, clear, and trusted advice for each stage of the process, from researching jobs, to preparing a strong cover letter and successful CV, through to interview advice and FAQs.
'Brilliant Employability Skills' emphasises the need for students to create their own individual employability profile and brand in order to compete successfully in today's highly competitive market place for graduate jobs. It is just as important to be able to market yourself as it is to secure your degree.
'Brilliant Intern' is the essential guide to what is fast becoming an essential part of every graduate's career path - an internship. It will take you through the process of finding a relevant, meaningful internship.
This guide is aimed at undergraduates as they consider what to do with their degree once they have graduated. The emphasis is on the labour market: what employers want, what graduates have to offer. Readers will learn how to navigate the labour market and how to keep going when the going gets tough.
Whether your passion is society life, studying or shots, your university experience will hold both new adventures and fresh challenges. This guide is packed with tips to help you survive and thrive at uni, from pulling an all-nighter in the library to an all-nighter at the club.
To get where you want to go in this world, you know you need to get really good at what you do, and put yourself out there and make connections. But how are you supposed to do all that while you're busy spending your time and energy practicing a craft, learning a trade or running a business? Show Your Work! will teach you how to think about your work as a never-ending process, how to build and maintain meaningful relationships by sharing that process and how to deal with the ups and downs of putting yourself and your work out in the world-all summarised in ten simple principles: You don't have to be a genius. Own your turf. Share something small, every day. Open up your cabinet of curiosities. Tell good stories. Teach what you know. Don't turn into human spam. Learnto take a punch. Sell out. Stick around. Show Your Work! is filled with illustrations, quotes and stories designed to inspire you to get over your fears of rejection, failure and vulnerability, and start off on a path of lifelong learning, openness and generosity. Generosity trumps genius, Kleon writes. Whether you're an artist or an entrepreneur, a student or a teacher, a hobbyist or a professional, it's time to stop worrying and start sharing.