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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

What Books Would You Recommend For Older Job Seekers?



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We all have read many books that could help others in their quest for a new career. Please kindly post  in our comments section below your recommendations for the best books for older job seekers. If you can post (when available) the name, author, a link to a website and any relevant comments/reviews. Thanks.

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Jane said...

Often the job seeker over 40 is looking for work that they can be passionate about. That was my experience during my own mid life transition and reinvention. I've written a book to help discover your passion and purpose so you can love what you do, and it includes a step by step guide to figuring out your next steps. I've got it on sale now at 70% off and it's an excellent resource for those seeking a new job experience, including self employement, or for honing your niche. You can find it here: http://www.discoveryournextsteps.com/

My best,
Jane Morrison

Anonymous said...

http://www.amazon.com/Terror-Shadow-Guillotine-France-1792--1794/dp/0312352247/ref=sr_1_10?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1314298112&sr=1-10

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