You can't control whether you lose your job, but you can control your reaction and the decisions you make afterword. Learn tools for finding a new job in today's touch economy, while also working through the psychological challenges that come with being laid off.
New York - McGraw-Hill
Includes bibliographical references
Psychology of job change -- Moving through the stages -- The effect on your personal relationships -- Career and job change -- Finances: resources and budgets -- Identify your transferable skills -- Qualifications that get results -- Awareness of your work values and preferences -- More self-discovery: assessment instruments -- Do you have a calling? -- The mature (older) worker -- Disability and employment -- The labor market and methods for obtaining work -- Networking: the most effective way of finding employment -- The ten-thousand-pound telephone -- Resumes: an introduction to you -- Cover letters -- References and recommendations -- Job application form -- Job interviews -- Negotiating salary and job offers -- Re-packaging veteran job seekers -- Analyzing job offers
Statement of Responsibility:
Linda K. Rolie
xv, 272 p. :,ill. ;,28 cm.