Chances are – unless, perhaps, you're Paris Hilton – you've had to interview for a job at some point in your life. Employment interviews are a fact of life, as sure as bad weather and often as welcome. And in a cut-throat job market in which more qualified candidates are competing for a smaller number of jobs, the stakes are higher than ever. They need an edge. This book is for them.
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Jason Manford is firmly established as one of the country's favourite stand-ups and is up there with the best northern comedy legends. His career began one night in a pub in Chorlton when a comedian didn't arrive for his set and Jason, the 17-year-old glass collector stepped in to fill the gap. From that point on he's never looked back, until now…
Written by a veteran recruiter who’s prepared hundreds of candidates for interviews, The Underground Guide to Job Interviewing is written for busy, on-the go people – job seekers who don’t have the time for preachy, in-depth tomes on job interviewing, or a Dr. Seuss-style books better suited for students seeking a summer job. Short, occasionally subversive and always entertaining, it’s designed to read in one or two sittings and then used as a quick reference guide.
Job candidates concerned about employers who seem to have all the leverage now have an ally. Unabashedly embracing the predicament of the job seeker, The Underground Guide provides a roadmap to interview and career success.