Never Apply for a Job Again

Never Apply for a Job Again: Break the Rules, Cut the Line, Beat the Rest, by Darrell W. Gurney, 2012.

This brand new book reintroduces many of the time-tested job strategies that actually work! But author Gurney puts a different spin on it by recommending that we all approach job searching (even when we’re still employed) as a research project.

And as you are researching targeted work that you genuinely enjoy, you are building powerful personal relationships. That’s what makes it possible to never cold call or pound the pavement again looking for a job but rather be in that enviable position of saying that job just “fell into my lap”.

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