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It's not your mother's job search! If you're not keeping up, you're falling behind. Smart Woman's Guide to Finding a New Job is your instruction manual to the new job search.

Learn how to:

  • Write a cover letter HR recruiters can't ignore
  • Create a resume both humans and computers will love
  • How to work the room at a career fair
  • Why online job boards should only be a small part of your job search strategy
  • How to build a brag book. It will change the way you interview.
  • Learn how to build a repertoire of stories that will reinvigorate your career search.

If you're tired of all the BS, and want to make employers start calling you today - read this book.

©2013 Kate Warne (P)2014 Kate Warne

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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I got "7 Steps to a New Job, What Employers Are Really Looking for in Today's Troubled Economy" by Nick Vulich and "Smart Woman's Guide to Finding a New Job" by Kate Warne. Listen to them both back to back and they seem to be almost identical. A few words may have changed and they have different narrators but they seem to be suspiciously the same book.<br/><br/>I would give it a higher review just based on the content but I feel duped because I purchased both audio books.

What could Kate Warne have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Given me original content.

Any additional comments?

Why do both books seem to be suspiciously the same book? Are they same but given different title to market it better. I would like a refund

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