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They Don't Teach Corporate in College, Revised Edition Paperback – April 15, 2009
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"A powerfully insightful resource for aiding next generation leaders as they aspire to break into the corporate world in the face of a most daunting and challenging economy."
--Douglas R. Conant, Chairman of Avon Products and New York Time Best-selling author of TouchPoints
"I have grown up in my career with this book. When I started out, it was my workplace bible and years later, I make sure all of our new hires have copies. Truly a Millennial-whisperer, Alexandra Levit speaks the language of the future leaders of corporate America and her work is essential in our efforts to be a top-notch company at which to launch a fulfilling career."
--Brad Gorman, Manager, Whirlpool Corporation --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Alexandra Levit is the author of four books and a writer for several career and lifestyle Websites, including the Huffington Post and Yahoo!. Her career advice has been featured in more than 800 media outlets, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and National Public Radio. Levit regularly speaks nationwide at conferences, universities, and corporations on workplace issues facing young employees. A 10 year veteran of the business world, she lives in Chicago with her husband and son.
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This book helps to break it down and show the issues from the managers' perspectives, so that it's clear it's not personal, and people can relax and focus on what's important and not get so offended or demoralized by the way things work.
Really helped me to enjoy my job more and realize that everything might be more ok than I thought, and warn me not to do some things I'd been doing, and to do more of certain things that would actually help me.
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