Great book so far
So far I can't complain. It has all the elements and secrets you need. I have not read it all, but so far it is very very helpful.
I got knocked dead from boredom, I got better advice from a 2 dollar kindle book, Interview tips from a chronic job hopper. Thats from the same guy who wrote the hilarious Job Hopper book Mr Instability. I mean think about it who would know more than a job hopper! But anyway, there is some good advice in this book and the way I look at it if you take a little from each book and classes the better of you will be.
Great reference for job hunting and also good tool for interviewers.
Used this recently to assist a friend prepare for an interview and it was a big help. Great stuff.
The ONLY source you need for interviewing advice.
My brother sent this to me when I was in my 20s (about 20 years ago), and it has been my interview practice "bible" ever since. It is the only thing I use (even though my edition is 20 years outdated), and I have built upon Yates' advice, and have 20 years of 1-paragraph accomplishments for each job I have had to review before interviewing. I am eager to buy the 2008 version to give to anyone I care about who is looking for a job. I have ALWAYS gotten a job offer after interviewing.
Great book that tells it like it is. I had originally bought an earlier version for myself; and bought this for my neice who is just out of college looking for her first job.