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Rip The Resume Job Search Interview Power Prep

Author : Torin Ellis
ISBN : 9780768941395
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 38. 55 MB
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Infused with real-life examples, self-analysis exercises, and advice from an industry professional, Rip the Resume is more than a "how to write a better resume" book; it's a proven system designed to challenge job seekers to take complete control and responsibility during a job search. Follow a ground-breaking roadmap on your journey to becoming the candidate that employers are seeking-whether you are a millennial looking to launch an exciting and fulfilling career or an experienced individual exploring greater career opportunities. Rip the Resume provides the tools you need to transform yourself into the candidate that employers are searching for: Cutting-edge guidance for job seekers in any field Vital resume deconstruction techniques to highlight important areas and downplay others to render a stronger document Winning conversation strategies to make a lasting impression during the interview Practical advice for using social media wisely, both in the job search and in building your personal brand. Rip the Resume is based on best practices and concepts that strengthen ANY job search.

Rip The Resume

Author : Torin Ellis
ISBN : 0768941113
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 60. 8 MB
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Rip The Resume (RTR) delivers experiential information that prepares millennials for exciting careers. RTR challenges undergraduate students to focus self-control and preparation during the job search. RTR is based on best practices and concepts that strengthen ANY job search. Capitalize on real-life examples and data from day-to-day interactions with recruiters from some of the most recognized brands, and position yourself to maximize your $100,000 education.

Faith Under Fire

Author : LaJoyce Brookshire
ISBN : 9781416596011
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 64. 61 MB
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The author recounts her marriage to a man who hid from her the fact that he was suffering from AIDS, describing her feelings and experiences after discovering the deadly secret and drawing on her personal faith to call for an end to the silence, ignorance, and stigma of AIDS.

Black Lotus

Author : Sil Lai Abrams
ISBN : 9781451688481
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A unique and exquisitely wrought story of one multiracial woman’s journey to discover and embrace herself in a family that sought to deny her black heritage, Sil Lai Abrams shares her story in Black Lotus: A Woman’s Search for Racial Identity—an account that will undoubtedly ignite conversation on race, racial identity, and the human experience. Author and activist Sil Lai Abrams was born to a Chinese immigrant mother and a white American father. Out of her family, Sil Lai was the only one with a tousle of wild curls and brown skin. When she asked about her darker complexion, she was given vague answers. At fourteen, the man she knew her entire life as her birth-father divulged that Abrams was not his biological child, but instead the daughter of a man of African descent who didn’t know she existed. This shocking news sparked a quest for healing that would take her down the painful road to reclaim her identity despite the overt racism in her community and her own internalized racism and self-hatred. Abrams struggled with depression, abuse, and an addiction that nearly destroyed her. But eventually she would leave behind the shame over her birthright and move toward a celebration of her blackness. In Black Lotus, Abrams takes you on her odyssey filled with extreme highs and lows and the complexities of not only the black experience, but also the human one. This vivid story reexamines everything you think you know about racial identity while affirming the ability of the human spirit to triumph over tragedy. Ultimately, Black Lotus shines a light on the transformative power of truth and self-acceptance, and the importance of defining your personal identity on your own terms.

10 Ways Anyone Can Graduate From College Debt Free

Author : Kevin Y. Brown
ISBN : 0984767118
Genre : College graduates
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Stop Being Niggardly

Author : Karen Hunter
ISBN : 1439123705
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 33. 91 MB
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nig·gard·ly (adj.) [nig´erd-le] 1. stingy, miserly; not generous 2. begrudging about spending or granting 3. provided in a meanly limited supply If you don’t know the definition of the word, you might assume it to be a derogatory insult, a racial slur. You might be personally offended and deeply outraged. You might write an angry editorial or organize a march. You might even find yourself making national headlines In other words, you’d better know what the word means before you pour your energy into overreacting to it. That’s the jumping-off point for this powerful directive from Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and bestselling author Karen Hunter. It’s time for the black community to stop marching, quit complaining, roll up their collective sleeves, channel their anger constructively, and start fixing their own problems, she boldly asserts. And while her straight-talking, often politically incorrect narrative is electrifyingly fresh and utterly relevant to today’s hot-button issues surrounding race, Hunter harks back to the wisdom of a respected elder—Nannie Helen Burroughs, who was ahead of her time penning Twelve Things the Negro Must Do for Himself more than a century ago. Burroughs’s guidelines for successful living—from making education, employment, and home ownership one’s priorities to dressing appropriately to practicing faith in everyday life—teach empowerment through self-responsibility, disallowing excuses for one’s standing in life but rather galvanizing blacks to look to themselves for strength, motivation, support, and encouragement. From our urban communities to small-town America, the issues Hunter is bold enough to tackle in Stop Being Niggardly affect us all. Refreshingly candid and challenging, certain to get people everywhere talking, this is the book that takes on race in a new—yet also historically revered and simply stated—way that can change lives, both personally and collectively.

Issues And Ethics In The Helping Professions

Author : Gerald Corey
ISBN : 9780534614430
Genre : Psychology
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This book provides practitioners with the basis for discovering their own guidelines within the broad limits of professional codes of ethics and divergent theoretical positions. To help you make these wise, informed decisions, it provides you with coverage of the latest standards and research, a discussion of a range of diverse views on the central issues of the profession, and case vignettes and open questions that invite you to develop an internalized, personal perspective.

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