For those who want more than just a job, this book provides practical strategies for building a great and rewarding life.
The newly revised and thoroughly updated third edition has the latest tactics for online admissions, links to hot websites, and recommendations for further support.
Graduate Admissions Essays offers a wealth of information found nowhere else.
From what color paper to use to how one phrases a letter to a headhunter, this book contains everything you'll ever need to know about executive presentations: Plus sections on special problems: overqualified, too old, laid off or demoted, no education, job hopping, date gaps, too long with one employer, employer involved in scandal, dead industry, and so on.
If you are an executive in transition, this is one book you can't do without.
That means there is an awful lot of pressure on you to get it right, and it all starts with a great opening.
Don’t worry, we will give you some helpful tips to get your law school personal statement started on exactly the right foot, but for now, let’s look at what happens when things go wrong.
The heart of an application—the essay Admissions directors carry their favorite essays around with them for years as examples of how it should be done (but rarely is). Then you need a great school that will challenge, nurture, inspire and motivate you—and Cool Colleges has got 'em.
Your essay can have this kind of impact—the clear instructions and hands-on exercises in this book make it easy—no matter how rusty your writing skills my be. Fully revised since the first edition, Cool Colleges covers the most exciting schools in the U. and Canada, with a new chapter on eco-schools, an update on tuition-free schools and the total low-down on the so-called top-ranked schools. Half the job market is invisible Are you spending all your time applying to posted job openings—postings that draw hundreds, and in some cases, thousands of applications?
If you think your college major will determine your life path, think again.
This streamlined edition refocuses the emphasis from job search to life launch for readers under 30 who are more attracted to achieving balanced life goals than career advancement.