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Roadmap to Job Search Success eReport Bundle

8 eReport Bundle from Write a Resume to Salary Negotiations
Narrated by: Kathy Poelker
Length: 1 hr and 37 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Peggy McKee is a recruiter, career coach, and the CEO of career confidential, an online resource for job seekers to get the tools and training they need to sell themselves for the job and get the offer. Here is a bundle of 8 eReports that will step you through your job search in the most effective and efficient way possible.

The #1 Improvement you can make to your resume - quantify your accomplishments

In this report, you will learn:

  • Why hiring managers love to see resumes with numbers, dollars, or percentages.
  • How to quantify your accomplishments--no matter what job you do or how much experience you have.
  • 10 major work areas you can easily tap for numbers to add to your resume.

Tips and tricks to using LinkedIn like a pro-that you won't learn from LinkedIn.

Find a Great Job in 7 Simple Steps.

Use these 7 steps to jump start your job search and be wildly successful. In this report, you will discover how to:

  • Shorten your job search by months.
  • Uncover many jobs that are a great fit.
  • Sell yourself with your resume and LinkedIn profile.
  • Utilize the 5 most valuable interview tips.

If you follow the steps in this report, you will see an immediate and dramatic positive change in your job search.

©2014 Peggy McKee (P)2014 Peggy McKee

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  • Spencer
  • 08-02-2018

Good Fresher on a Wide Range of Topics

This was a good fresher on the basics of job searching, interviewing and closing the deal. The advice aligns nicely with what I've seen work and the best practices that I've learned elsewhere. I came away with a number of little insights into the subtleties of finding a job.

I won't know how good the material is until I really put it into practice. Thankfully the book is filled with action items and the first steps to get started down a road.

The narration was a bit annoying. The voice sounded like the woman from HR who does the new hire orientation for a large corporation. That is to say it sounded unnatural and rehearsed. The text deserves a better treatment.

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  • learner
  • 28-04-2016

quick and to the point

easy to listen to. just enough detail. liked the interview suggestions. a little choppy on the sound initially.

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  • Christopher
  • 03-01-2017

Not bad, but a lot of repetition.

I found her first book to be be better. That said, this is an OK summary.

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