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How to Get a Great Job in 90 Days or Less Paperback – November 10, 2010
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Joe is also a member of the International Coach Federation, the Association of Career Professionals International and the National Resume Writers Association. Joe has published numerous articles on recruiting and career management in magazines such as the Facility Management Journal, Business To Business, Legal Management, and Human Resource Information Management. He is also author of How You Get a Great Job in 90 Days or Less.
Joe was born and raised in Flushing, New York. He earned his bachelor's degree in English from Queens College and his MBA from the College of Insurance (a division of St. John's University) in New York City.
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All I can say is most of the reviews here seem to be written in the same style, probably by the same person, and around the same dates.
I liked the stuff on page 45 about, "Finding jobs means dialing for jobs."
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Great Book! How to get a great job in 90 days or less. Fantastic advice and very well presented. Motivational and inspirational. 5 stars.Published 7 months ago by ironfox
Short on technical details, numerous spelling and grammatical mistakes (the book was clearly neither edited nor proofread), and a strange typeface. Read morePublished 13 months ago by D. Meyer
Great information to help prepare for job interview and identify the correct career path.Published 14 months ago by Huskerfan
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read it on the train in transit to work. helped me remember some of the key points in job search.Published on August 1, 2013 by Numb3rs
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