Job Seekers Finally Get A Fighting Chance

Vetern recruiter and process consultant have put together the ultimate job search guide designed for anyone who has felt lost in the hiring system. This book explodes with valuable tips and information for today's job seeker.
By: Jennifer Rallis
April 30, 2009 - PRLog -- Authors Jennifer and Theo Rallis announced the US release of Ugly Resumes Get Jobs – And Other Fishing Lessons ( This is a must have guide for any job seeker who has ever felt lost in the hiring system. “The sad truth is that most job seekers don’t stand a fighting chance in today’s job market. Being good at what you do isn’t enough”, said Jennifer Rallis. “Most companies are structured in a way that makes it nearly impossible for a job seeker to get noticed by hiring authorities. Add to that cost cutting initiatives, ATS’(Applicant Tracking Systems) and out-dated resume formats, thousands of job seekers will never have their resume seen by human eyes.”

The Rallis’ provide a backstage pass to the world of recruiting and how companies hire. With every job seeker bidding for only 20% of the advertised job market, the Rallis’ show job seekers where to focus their job search, what online and offline tools they need to leverage and how to get the attention of the recruiters sitting on 80% of the unadvertised job market. An Ugly Resume isn’t pretty but it’s highly functional; it’s designed to navigate thru the technology driven roadblocks and ensure your resume is put in the hands of a decision maker.

To further help job seekers, the Rallis’ are giving books away to corporations who opt to help their displaced workforce through the purchase of Ugly Resumes Get Jobs and Other Fishing Lessons. “We will match all corporate contributions” said Theo Rallis. “ It’s not about looking the other way or turning off your TV and hoping this will all get better. It will take action on everyone’s part!”

About The Authors:

Jennifer Rallis is CEO and Co-Founder of CORPX, a direct placement, technical recruiting firm.  With nearly ten years recruiting experience for various sectors including: hospitality, banking, engineering and telecom; she has accrued an impressive list of customers from technology start-ups to Fortune 500 organizations. As an Alumnus of the University of Guelph, Jennifer began a notable career in banking then pursued her true passion, recruiting,  where she has helped thousands of professionals advance their careers. In Ugly Resumes Get Jobs, Jennifer shares the inside secrets of the recruiting world with candidates who want to gain the competitive advantage in the race to their next great job.
Theo Rallis is a Process Consultant and Co-Founder of BM Imports.  Armed with two degrees from Laurentian University and New Brunswick College and the motto “work smarter, not harder”, Theo has spent more than a decade assisting Fortune 500 Manufacturers and SMBs adopt and leverage new engineering, design, manufacturing and information management software.  For the past four years he has created and closed large solution opportunities by process mapping new technologies to client business initiatives. In Ugly Resumes Get Jobs, Theo applies the same principals and processes used by large corporations to achieve efficiency to the job search process. Not only has Theo developed the system, he has successfully used it to create several rewarding career opportunities.
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Book Details:

ISBN: 144148003X
EAN -13: 9781441480033
Price: $21.95

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This comprehensive, cutting edge guide simplifies the job search process for today's highly competitive, exceedingly technical and dreadfully complicated employment market.
Source:Jennifer Rallis
Tags:Job Search Guide, Self-help, Jobs, Unemployed, Employment, Find A Job, Tips, Interview Tips
Industry:Publishing, Consumer, Business
Location:Windsor - Ontario - Canada
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