But as Hobart points out in Hire Education, every graduate has to become a 'marketer' to get that first jo. Hire Education addresses all of the important issues. Every new college grad should read this book. Tom Beckett, Athletic Director, Yale University.
But as Hobart points out in Hire Education, every graduate has to become a 'marketer' to get that first job. This step-by-step plan can put any new, or soon-to-be, graduate on the fast track to career success. Robert W. Hannan, Vice Chairman, Eckerd Corporation. Landing a job in today's working world is as competitive as getting into a top graduate school. A student coming out of college has to have an edge to succeed. Hire Education provides that edge.
After reading this book, and thinking about my future career plans, I have one phrase for anyone of college graduate age: Without this knowledge, your future may be in jeopardy. This book gives you an insight into the hiring process that many of us students and graduates probably are unaware. Thank you so much for letting this information out. 0. Report. Recently Viewed and Featured. The Morn That Cometh : Or Earth's Renovation (1882).
It's true that high-technology jobs are currently plentiful. But that doesn't guarantee that you'll walk right into an interview and get the job you want.
Today, every 6 out of 10 people are graduates . Hence when looking for a job, graduates are bound to face competition. While experience is one factor that can set apart one from the rest, there are also other skills that employers look about. These vary from interpersonal to professional skills. With this skill, it is also important that a candidate know the tricks and ways to gather information in a systematic manner and find the facts, principles and all other sides to a matter and come with a definite solution. Different jobs need different skills but employers while looking to hire graduates are also in the look out of general good skills to have, that will help them to short list the best ones.
1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Hire education from your list? Hire education. what every college grad should know about landing that first job. by John W. Hobart. Published 1998 by Lighthouse Point Press in Pittsburg, PA. Written in English. Includes bibliographical references (p. 170) and index.
This book should be required reading for anyone interested in joining the military. I came to know about the author when I first stumbled upon his YouTube channel. Chris Hedges has worked as a war reporter for close to two decades for The New York Times, sometimes going beyond the call of duty in reporting war and strife across the countries of the world.
To understand this pattern, we must first understand the average student on the prestige pathway. Alice doesn’t really know what she wants. She has spent her life doing what she is told because she’s an achiever. But now that she has real choices, she’s scared. What happens if she chooses the wrong major or takes the wrong job? What if she doesn’t like her path? There is no right answer. Alice’s life is not like all the tests she used to ace. Now, imagine: What if Alice could find a career that kept her options open? One that gave her skills she could apply anywhere, that boosted her resume to make her even more employable after college?