Are you looking for a mere jobathe kind where you do virtually the same thing day after day, year after year, and spend the hours counting down the minutes until the clock hits five p.m.? Or are you looking for a careerathe kind that engages your interests and passions, constantly presents new and exciting opportunities and challenges, and allows you to grow personally and professionally? If you chose the latter, this is the book for you. In The Wall Street Journal Guide to Building Your Career, former Wall Street Journal careers editor Jennifer Merritt shows you how to build the foundation for the fulfilling professional career that leads to that corner office. She'll walk you through how to: ac Select and nab that important career-launching college internship ac Ace your first interviewaand blow them away in the second round ac Navigate the unwritten rules of any office culture ac Negotiate tastefully and successfully for the salary your skills are worth ac Get that critical promotion when you're at the peak of your learning curve ac Choose the mentor (or mentors) who can best help you achieve your goals ac Leap ahead of other high achievers racing you to the top Drawing on advice from industry experts, career coaches, and ordinary people who've made the climb themselves, Merritt offers insider tips for landing and moving up in the kind of job that's not just about earning a paycheck but about realizing your ambitions and achieving the kind of success you've always dreamed of.While a generic recommendation letter isna#39;t as good as one that is personalized for a specificjob and company, getting a ... To get a letter of recommendation, you can ask your supervisor if he feels comfortable writing a note about your performance and your ... Once youa#39;ve got the document, send a thank-you note! alt; agt;Za#39;$*anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Wall Street Journal Guide to Building Your Career|
|Publisher||:||Crown Business - 2012-04-03|