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If you are one of the millions out of work then you have my
sympathy. Unfortunately it is not going to be easy to find work
for a few years as the world economy is going to take a long
time to recover from the recession.

The fact is the longer you are out of work the harder it is going
to be to regain employment, That is a Fact!

Employers tend to view those in work in a better light than
those unemployed, simply because those in work have a better
(proven) recent working record.

Lets face it who would you rather employ, someone who has
not had the daily routine of getting up and going to work each
day for a while or someone who has?

Remember an employer has to do what they consider best for
their business. They also have their existing staff to consider.
Someone who has not worked for a long time could be
considered a risky proportion.

Therefore, if you have not worked for a while you will need to
present yourself in the best possible light. Consider just two of
the tasks you must achieve:-

a) You will need to apply for each job with a professionally
produced covering letter AND resume.

b) You will need to know how to conduct yourself in the best
possible way at the interview.

If you do not at least learn these two tasks you are going to be
unemployed for years. A rather sad, but True Fact!


On the following pages are brief Excerpts from a low cost
collection of Ebooks that is hoped will help those that are
seeking employment, achieve their aim.

Thank You for Reading.

To Your Successful Employment.

Terry Cummings
Cowley Marketing Co.


            “Getting The Perfect Job” Excerpt

                    Choosing the Perfect Job

Once you have already defined what the perfect job is to you
it’s time to begin looking for positions that meet those
requirements. The way you do that is by putting all of your
attributes together and connecting them with available
positions. You want to be realistic when you take this step and
not try to find the job that includes every attribute on your list.
What you want to do is find something that closely matches
what you perceive to be the perfect job rather than trying to
find something that has everything you want.

One of the problems many people run across when they are
looking for the perfect job is expecting too much. For example,
you may feel you are worth $30,000 as an experienced
administrative assistant but there may not be available
positions to support that. Be willing to accept less than what
you want in order to get into the position of your dreams. That
does not mean you have to take something you do not really
want but you do want to leave some leeway for compromise.

In order to make the right decision you want to look at the list
you have made of attributes you seek in a job. If you have not
already done so, identify them by importance. There will
always be some things that you absolutely must have and
others than are negotiable. When you are in the process of
identifying what is the perfect job for you never identify only
those factors that are absolutely necessary—
always leave room for negotiation. If you’re looking for
something that will allow you to telecommute half of the time
be willing to settle for one or two days a week instead of
pushing a position aside because it doesn’t offer as many days
as you would like. There are many different ways to negotiate
for a job but not all of the areas are negotiable.


With the job market currently at such a low point it is
ludicrous to think you are going to get everything you want.
You may have an idea in your head about how to get the
perfect job but when the economy shows there are more
people looking for job than there are available jobs you will
find you have to make more sacrifices. Instead of risking not
obtaining the job that may indeed turn out to be your perfect
job be willing to reduce the number of mandatory options on
your list.

                    The above is an extract from
                    “Getting The Perfect Job ”. This is
                    part of a low cost collection of
                    Ebooks that could help You with
                    Getting a Job.

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           “Successful Career Change” Excerpt


Whether you are newly graduated from high school or
currently employed in a job you hate and want something else,
choosing a career is a very important decision. This writer
knows especially well about this and it’s a decision that
shouldn’t be made lightly and simply isn’t easy to do in the
first place.

When you’re young, you have a myriad of choices ahead of
you, but really do at any age. It doesn’t matter how young or
old you are, you can still make a career choice that can make
you happy and enhance your life even if it’s a drastic one!

With all the different occupations to choose from, where do
you even begin to find something that you will be good at
doing and love doing as well? The truth is, all you have to do is
look at yourself and inside yourself to see where you should
be. Plenty of people have made career changes late in life.

Grandma Moses began her painting career well into her 80’s
and because one of the most well-respected painters in the art
world. Many professional athletes HAVE to make career
choices once they are no longer able to play sports at a level
they always have been able to. Stay-at-home moms with
children in school suddenly find themselves wanting to do
something worthwhile instead of staying home all day. Some
of them have even built hobbies into multi-millionaire

It happens all the time and for a variety of different reasons.
The world’s business economy is volatile at the very least and
many companies have to lay off workers or close the business


entirely. That leaves displaced worked facing career moves
they hadn’t anticipated. In fact, the reality is that the average
person will make 2 to 5 career changes between the time they
enter the work force to the time when they retire.

Many colleges have displaced workers programs and adult
education programs that can ease people into a career change.
Sometimes, however, the best way to make a career change is
just to jump in and do it. But how do you know what career to
choose? That’s why you’re reading this book. We can help
guide you toward the perfect career for you. We’ll provide
guidelines for you to consider and questions that you need to

The career of your dreams could be right around the corner
and it’s time you went after it!

                  The above is an extract from
                  “Successful Career Change ”. This is part
                  of a low cost collection of Ebooks that
                  could help You with Getting a Job.

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          “Resumes And Cover Letters” Excerpt


Employers are forever on the lookout for the resume that
jumps out at them. Not in terms of being fancy and pretty to
look at. Employers are looking to be impressed! Reading
your resume, they want to be able to feel that YOU are the
right candidate for the job. They want to be able to do this
before ever setting eyes on you!

Tall order, right? You betcha it is!

The very first step in landing that ideal job is to write an ideal
resume and cover letter. Without those two most primary of
introductions, there most likely won’t be a first interview!

Taking That First Important Step

Your resume places you in the front lines when job hunting. It
becomes your calling card. It is not about compelling drama or
clever prose; it’s a few simple pages, expertly written,
containing information that is all about you.

Your resume will either place you front and center where all
the good jobs are or it will not -- there is no middle ground.

It’s Now or Never

For the serious job seeker, this “Resume and Cover Letter”
ebook will become as a trusted friend. This will be your
personal and comprehensive guide to everything you
could ever hope to know about conquering the never ending
“resume and cover letter” paper trail.

Your resume writing skills will become well honed and your


resume will be fine tuned. You will learn to sell yourself with
simple, yet, effective words. Your resume will not be
relegated to the bottom of any pile -- it will be placed where it the very top!

You will write a resume that will rival any resume written by a
top-notch professional writer, and you will do this in complete

                     The above is an extract from
                     “Resumes And Cover Letters ”. This
                     is part of a low cost collection of
                     Ebooks that could help You with
                     Getting a Job.

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             “Interview Techniques” Excerpt

                   Interview Do’s and Don’ts

If you want to increase your chances of obtaining the job for
which you are applying, you need to know what is acceptable
and what is not when you go for an interview. However, they
may seem like small things to a job applicant, doing the right
things can make the different in your potential for being hired.
It is important to know what things may earn you extra points
and those that will take away and cost you the opportunity for
that job. Although most people are aware of what to do and
not do during an interview, those who are looking for their
first job—at least their first full-time job—may not be aware of
those things.

Things to do before and during an interview

- Find out something about the company
- Have a hard copy of your resume available
- Make sure you have proper clothing for an interview
(professional or business casual depending on the company),
freshly laundered and pressed or hung to dry to remove
- Prepare a list of questions to ask at the interview
- Have a notebook to take notes during the interview
- Be on time for the interview - If there are circumstances
beyond your control call the interviewer and give him or her
the option to still see you or reschedule the interview
- Leave your cell phone in the car or turn it off during the
- Send a Thank You note to the interviewer as soon as possible
after the interview. This increases your chances of being hired .


                     The above is an extract from
                     “Interview Techniques”. This is part
                     of a low cost collection of Ebooks
                     that could help You with Getting a

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                  “You're Hired!” Excerpt

                         A Brief Word

Thank you for purchasing your copy of “You're Hired!” and for
investing your time. Get excited because you‟re about to learn
the insider tips and tricks for making your cover letter jump
off the pile and attract the eyeballs of your prospective

Feel free to print off the pages of this book should you wish to
read it in comfort but don't forget to keep a pen handy
because this isn't some passive little book designed as nothing
more than a good read, this is an interactive book that‟s going
to get you thinking about yourself, your skills your experience
to use everything to your advantage so that you will outwit,
outsmart and ultimately outplay your competition. I know it
sounds like a bad episode of Survivor but that‟s what's really
at stake here, it's a matter of who dares, wins.

Because job hunting can be a stressful time in your life,
especially in light of the recent economic downturn which
people may find themselves in. Your company may have just
recently downsized, restructured, reshuffled, merged or closed
its doors. No matter the situation you may have just lost your
job. All I can say during this challenging time is to keep hope,
keep your head up and keep going because you WILL get
another job. Also know that even in some of the most
distressing and testing times in our lives they can also be the
most invigorating, enlightening and rewarding moments which
will draw out all of the resources deep within you never knew
you had.

In the coming chapters we're going to be drawing a lot of
similarities between sales and marketing and constructing a
new, improved cover making it better than it was before and if


you've never created one before that's OK too because what
you'll gather from the pages to come won‟t just give you an
edge but will have you head and shoulders above the rest.
So get excited, see it as a positive and go out there and

                    The above is an extract from “You're
                    Hired!”. This is part of a low cost
                    collection of Ebooks that could help
                    You with Getting a Job.

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