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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Martin Yate, CPC, is one of the foremost experts in the field Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Business & Money. Read "Knock 'em Dead The Ultimate Job Search Guide" by Martin Yate, CPC available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Knock 'em Dead by Martin Yate - Completely updated with new material, this bestselling job search guide can help you keep up with changes in the job.
Add to Cart Overview This is the guide to living life on your terms. It's tough landing that first job out of school and starting your climb up the professional ladder in such an uncertain world. You'll learn how to: -Develop social networks that deliver results for the new professional you -Build a resume that gets you interviews -Complete your job search in record time with a killer plan of attack -Turn job interviews into job offers and paychecks -Build a professional brand that delivers credibility -Bring your entrepreneurial dreams to life Working your way through the proven job search and interview strategies form the inimitable Martin Yate, you'll gradually discover a blueprint for professional success. You'll immediately begin to make sense of the world of work, start your career on the right foot, and gain access to the corporate inner circle and win promotions way ahead of your college peers. You can get what you want out of life, and live a meaningful life on your terms-you just have to learn how to do it.
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Average Rating: Rate this: Live life on your terms 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: 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: Martin Yate. Knock 'em Dead Collection: How to Write the Perfect Resume: Dan Clay. And 18 Mistakes to Avoid: Updated for 14th Edition Kindle Edition.
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The earlier revision of this book had resume examples for normal people making an average salary secretaries, bank tellers, computer techs. This revision seems geared towards people making above average salary, way above day traders, bank presidents, engineers, lawyers. Which is why I bought one of the early versions so long ago and lost during the years. Bring back the lower wage resumes or have two books - Blue Collar Resumes and Resumes for the Executive.
This might even open up new markets for your book. I first noticed this book in my local library and thought I'd check it out. Though I'm an educator by trade, I thought it wouldn't hurt to breeze through a quick book to update my resume for a writing job.
Big surprise! I learned that my resume was extremely outdated with its Career Objective, job descriptions, and irrelevant experience, and I was also lacking a personal brand!
I like the step-by-step format so much that I went ahead and downloadd the book for myself in February. I'm taking my time re-reading it because there's so much information to absorb and incorporate into my documents. It's worth the investment, in my opinion! This book is very thorough and pretty much an all-in-one encyclopedia to career management. My mother had the original Knock Em Dead from about 30 years ago and this book literally took me from only being about a 3 from a scale of to an 9 on a scale of as an interviewee.
This book also helps me as a career coach and advisor to people of all ages. Instead of getting different books on how to craft a resume or cover letter and how to answer touch or illegal questions, what to wear, how negotiate your salary--this book pretty much has everything covered!
One person found this helpful. This version is terrible and the color of their font! I downloadd one for a client and called them to see their thoughts. They were being kind until I gave my feedback, then they agreed. I was impressed when I first read this in the library, so I went and ordered it along with similar titles by the author.
The author does offer to review your resume if you review his book, so I did review it and email him with the link, like he asks. Unfortunately, it must have been a ploy to get reviews because I never heard back from him at all.
I also think that while some of the information has proved useful since I've had it, it's not particularly useful for those in the education field or in less traditional careers like writing or artistry. I have always considered myself to be rather intelligent, and more than competent to write a resume.
However, when I decided to jump into a college degree career without the degree, lol , I knew I would have my work cut out for me. Therefore I figured it was best that I educate myself so I could "bluff" my way into that dream job with an outstanding cover letter and resume.
Both these books are easy to read and they just make sense. Times they are a changin, so who was I to think that the same old resume writing ideas would not change as well.
Have yet to finish the books I keep downloading more to read , but every time I pick it up it has my attention and constantly provides those "Aha" moments I was hoping for.
I have no doubt that when I relocate next month and actually need that job, these 3 books will be the cornerstone of it all. Knock 'em Dead Very eye opening about what to expect when you are job searching. You see, I've been self-employed for 14 years. I earned an MBA 4 years ago and now I'd like to put it use.
However, I always thought I was "unemployable. Yate's book has shown me how to pick a career I'll like, re-write my resume, structure it in a manner for it to show up in the search results AND how to ace the interview. It includes very specific examples. There are many sample letters but thery are not arranged by industry.
This means that you may be lucky if you find a simple letter for a position you are looking for.
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