New Rules of Employment Co-Founder Launches eBook on How To Find A Job In IT
Career management and development expert, Chris McFadden, has today released an Amazon Kindle eBook helping those aspiring to find their first or next job in IT to do so with the most effective methods available today.
The eBook includes the following sections:
Exactly what it takes today to land your dream IT job.
How your life's experiences, education and achievements are unique and how to position and package yourself in order to compete effectively in this job market
How the IT recruiting and hiring game has changed and what strategies you now MUST use to get your name in front of the right people and the right time
What goes into the modern day IT job interview, resume/cover letter and follow-up that successful applicants use today to keep ahead of their competition.
How to properly negotiate, network and brand yourself by leveraging the modern tools successful IT job applicants use that give them the advantages most applicants simply aren't aware of.
A detailed guide to using Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn for securing IT jobs
Commenting on the eBook, IT recruiter David Myers said; “I highly recommend this book to both the fresh graduate out of school and the experienced manager and executive.” Myers continued “The advice provided to IT professionals looking to get into the IT career space carries diverse-and-
To order the eBook “How To Get A Job In IT”, please visit the Amazon Kindle listing: http://www.amazon.com/
About New Rules of Employment
Created by a team of experienced HR professionals and corporate recruiters, New Rules of Employment is a Scottsdale-based career development (http://www.newrulesofemployment.com) and training firm. Their focus is on helping new graduates and experienced professionals successfully position their careers for long-term success by teaching modern career management and development strategies through online courses, books, workshops, private coaching and training. For more information, contact via the web at: www.newrulesofemployment.com.