DIG YOUR JOB: Keep it or Find a New One

! Read ^ DIG YOUR JOB: Keep it or Find a New One by G. L. Hoffman ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB. DIG YOUR JOB: Keep it or Find a New One Where Else Can You Get Over Two Hundred, Real World Tested Ideas for Finding a Better Job, or Protecting the One You Have? With DIG YOUR JOB, every single page can help spell the difference between finding a great jobd settling for one you hate. This is NOT a boring book. He writes directly, almost bluntly, but gives you the ideas with a healthy dose of humorthe book is as easy to read as comic book a rarity today. The Not-So-Serious Career Handbook. Even though it is broken up in over 200 segme

DIG YOUR JOB: Keep it or Find a New One

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Rating : 4.62 (583 Votes)
Asin : 0578004585
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 160 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-06-22
Language : English

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Dig Your Job If you are looking for a book that is a quick read and will inspire you to do better in the job your in - pick this one up. GL Hoffman gives you insights from his personal experience as a serial entrepreneur and as an expert in the field of seeking new jobs.. "A Way to Hold On To Your Job (Or Find Another) Serious Advice With A Sense of Humor" according to Anthony Wellman. The world is choked with books to help you find a job. But G.L. Hoffman's book, "Dig Your Job -- Keep it or Find a New One" (JobDig, Inc., 2008, []) does something that might be even better: It can help you KEEP your job. After all, you might do better by making the most of the job you have rather than chancing the unemployment line for supposedly greener grass elsewhere, especially during a nationwide recession. Hoffman is an authority on jobs and careers. He's currently Chairman of an employment-focused media company serving employers in a wide variety of . Some good tips here esp for those newer to the workplace This book is a quick read and is packed with tips for improving your job situation by improving your attitude and respect for your job. The author favors trying to made your current situation better rather then jumping ship but there is also advice on interviewing skills and starting a new job.I thought the latter half of the book was mostly geared towards sales people & even though the author believes we are all in some form sales people as an IT person not being close to the sales side at all, I didn't get much value here.Also, the section on "Advice Your

Where Else Can You Get Over Two Hundred, Real World Tested Ideas for Finding a Better Job, or Protecting the One You Have? With DIG YOUR JOB, every single page can help spell the difference between finding a great jobd settling for one you hate. This is NOT a boring book. He writes directly, almost bluntly, but gives you the ideas with a healthy dose of humorthe book is as easy to read as comic book a rarity today. The Not-So-Serious Career Handbook. Even though it is broken up in over 200 segments so that each one stands alone we dare you to read just one.. The ideas come at you fast and concisely. The author, himself a successful entrepreneur, has little time to waste

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