Summary of I Got My Dream Job and So Can You
7 Steps to Creating Your Ideal Career After College
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College graduates and young professionals can attack the job market with this guide to networking.
Recruitment consultant Peter Leibman shows students and young professionals how to find a personally fulfilling job, even if they have little or no work experience. Leibman’s enthusiasm is contagious and inspiring, but he makes getting a dream job look easy. Those who are unwilling to work at it will be disappointed. getAbstract recommends Leibman’s advice to recent college graduates, young professionals and career changers of all ages who know what they want but not how to get there.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to identify your ideal career or dream job,
- How to use networking to reach potential employers, and
- How to advance your career.
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3 years agoGood advice, some stuff is well know but if you are looking for a new challenge, great summary.
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