Find Your Job in 25 Conversations
Worktree is pleased to launch its new guidebook for job-seekers, Find Your Job in 25 Conversations.
Based on more than 10 years delivering employability training workshops in UK and beyond, this book enables you to seek and secure work by asking the right people the right questions –
- What are my strengths?
- What jobs use these strengths?
- What’s it like to do these jobs?
- What do the employers want?
- What do the interviewers look for?
– and take action from the answers provided.
Adapted versions of this method have been used successfully by students preparing to leave school, college and university, long-term jobseekers, career-changing professionals, people with disabilities and prisoners nearing release. Participants report enhanced confidence, greater success at networking and interviewing and, most important, job offers.
In simple language, this book will help you take control of your work future. To order a copy, price £9.99, go to www.worktree2.prominenthosting.com/shop. All proceeds to Worktree.
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