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Job Searching Online For Dummies? Paperback – May 27, 1998
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"For anyone doing the job-hunt dance here on the cusp of the 21st century, this book is an invaluable guide." -- GreenMagazine.com
About the Author
About Pam Dixon Pam Dixon, Computer Press Association award-winning author and career expert, has written numerous books and articles on the impact of technology on education and business. She has been featured by and quoted in many publications, including Fortune, Newsweek, InfoWorld, the Los Angeles Times, New York Newsday, and USA Today.
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However, it does contain information that is valuable for beginners. Most of the information is right on the money.
Compared to other online job searching books, this one has a lot of good information, so much so that it risks detracting you from your job search (ignore the information about taking the time to convert your resume into HTML and posting it on your own website).
I put my resume on one database, e-mailed a few text-only copies in response to online ads, and my telephone hasn't stopped ringing since! This method, fortunately or unfortunately, is the wave of the future.
There is a CD included in the book, but I found enough information within the book that I didn't need to use it.