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Vicky Oliver is an award-winning copywriter with X years of experience at brand name, top tier advertising agencies in Manhattan. She would confess how long she's been in the field, but that would go straight to her age-something she feels strongly that one should never reveal on a job interview. As a freelance writer, Ms. Oliver has written extensively about unemployment and the job search, appearing on the front page of the New York Times Job Market Section, in Adweek magazine, and on Crain's New York Business website. Ms. Oliver has also worked with more than 5,000 professionals who have emailed her for advice on their job hunt and has given seminars on the topic at The Writer's Voice in Manhattan.
Vicky Oliver is an award-winning copywriter with several years of experience at brand name, top tier advertising agencies in Manhattan. Ms. Oliver's numerous articles have appeared in the New York Times "Job Market" section, Adweek magazine, and on Crain's New York Business website. She lives in New York City.See all Editorial Reviews
To help others avoid my mistake, I tell everyone that this book is absolutely worthless--has absolutely no substance, nothing worthwhile--the most useless book I've come across in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Philip Steinfeld
Excellent Book great information for job placement and preparing for an interviewPublished 2 months ago by dirving
Every prospective employee needs to get this book. Delivery was prompt.Published 5 months ago by Aston Haughton
Very helpful. I wish that that the chapter on getting fired was labeled "terminated," which covers being laid off (much different than being fired).Published 6 months ago by tikitok
Questions are not all bad. Answers are not what I would say. But the value is in the question. a fair amount will make me think before answering.Published 7 months ago by John in PA