In a one-of-a-kind union between practical advice and humor, Employment Specialist Colin McClean combines his job searching know-how and his unique cartooning style to teach job seekers how to find work.
McClean shares, “I’ve witnessed the desperation of people who have been without work for a long time. I have also seen the elation of people – armed with the right information – who find work. These are people who’ve not only found work, but the particular type of job they’ve been seeking – even in today’s market.” Employers tell me they are still surprised by the number of job seekers who simply don’t know basic job hunting skills like proper resume writing and successful interviewing techniques. I want to give job hunters these skills, in a way they’ll remember and apply.”
Here’s what readers of this clever guidebook are saying:
"I wish that I had a copy of "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To...My Career!" when I began my career transition. Colin McClean's organized, thoughtful and practical tips will empower you to shine at every stage of the job search process. Whether you're in transition yourself, whether you know someone who is, or if you are interested in exploring a challenging new career, this book is essential reading." - Robert D.
"As an experienced job developer, I’ve too often seen qualified people lose excellent job opportunities due to poor habits or actions that could have been avoided. Unfortunately, when job searching, one rarely receives the luxury of a second chance. Colin teaches job seekers the basics to follow in order to perform a ‘results guaranteed’ job search, the first time around." - Patricia M.
"Colin has created a great little employment bible that has numerous take-away tips and tons of great humor. It's perfect for reinforcing what's important in finding your perfect career. This is a must read for everyone who is in transition in their employment!" –Executive Career Coach, Curt Skene.
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