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Find hidden jobs in merchandising and store servicing that you did not know about right in your neighborhood. Best of all, the possibilities are endless with hundreds of companies in a multitude of industries that are always looking for great talent to join their teams. I've personally been a merchandiser for over 20 years, and will let you in on some of the secrets that will save you a lot of time, and help you get a job fast! Most of these positions are not even advertised, so I show you exactly where to find the jobs and how to get these companies in need of help contacting you!
If you could sum up The Hidden Job Market: Vol. 1 - Great Jobs as a Merchandiser or Manufacturer's Representative in three words, what would they be?
I could sum up the The Hidden Job Market: Vol. 1 - Great Jobs as a Merchandiser or Manufacturer's Representative as a great book to listen and learn.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Everything that I learned through this book is my favorite. I will surely listened to it all over again.
Have you listened to any of Christopher Hudspeth’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
This will be the first time but all I can say is good job. A very talented person on his profession.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I love listening to it all over again but definitely will enjoy listening to it in one sitting.
Any additional comments?
A good audio book like this is worth my time and worth to be shared by family and friends.
Information provided is clear and easy to follow and not over explained. Will definitely be checking into this work. I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com
Written in -what I expect was- the 1990s, this book was full of helpful tips in earning money for those living in a metropolitan setting. Unfortunately, that was 20 years ago.
As a student of business, I can see exactly how many of the pointers and opportunities would have been great at the time. Since we are currently in a recession (2015) and because of the Affordable Care Act – which, in my opinion is a killer of full-time employment – most of what the author encourages are jobs and opportunities that were first to be cut in the streamline to stay open and remain profitable.
You might extrapolate a tip or two that is still relevant. Or listening to this book may cause you to think of a more modern path for opportunity.
Also, for one who lives in a very, very rural area, there is not the availability of such positions as becoming a courier for department stores. We simply do not have them.
A great book that was relevant for its time. If the economic pendulum ever swings in the other way - some of these suggestions may become relevant, but will probably be slow in coming back because of the cautious way of a business owner.
Great narration in a relatively short book.
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