Summary of Who Says There Are No Jobs Out There?

25 Irreverent Rules for Getting a Job

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Who Says There Are No Jobs Out There? book summary
In today’s job market, you are a product, and your employer has many different products to choose from. But remember, your employer is a service — a work provider — and you have many different services to choose from, too.


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Bob Weinstein has built a career on advising you about yours. He is right on target in his latest book, a snappy, honest, conversational guide to job-hunting. Throw away all your old books on the subject. This one takes you right into the heart of today’s marketplace, where the old employment-seeking rules (even from five or 10 years ago) no longer apply. Whether you’re looking for a new job, or your next one, getAbstract highly recommends this book to everyone from custodians to CEOs.

In this summary, you will learn

  • What the 25 new rules of job hunting are;
  • Why you should examine whether you still love your job every six months; and
  • Why retirement is a failed concept.


People Are The Product
Forget everything you’ve heard about jobs - The old rules simply don’t apply anymore. What was a given in past decades has gone the way of the dinosaur: job security, company loyalty, pensions, you name it. How people work, where they work, and how long they work...
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About the Author

Bob Weinstein is the best-selling author of Resumes Don’t Get Jobs and eight other books on careers, including, So What If I’m 50, Jobs for the 21st Century, and How to Switch Careers. A nationally known journalist and trend watcher, Weinstein has contributed to The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Reader’s Digest, Newsday, and Entrepreneur.

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