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The Critical First Years of Your Professional Life

by Robert L. Dilenschneider

Published by Kensington Publishing Corporation


"Dilenschneider has guided thousands of highly successful people through the world of business." -- Maria Bartiromo

Faced with an unstable economy, recent college grads need more expert guidance than ever to land that dream job and make it rewarding and meaningful. This invaluable guide -- revised to meet the specific challenges of today's fast-evolving job market -- shows how you can use your talent, originality, and initiative to sharpen your competitive edge.

The first years of your professional life are critical to long-term success in any field. The skills you acquire, the contacts you make, and the lessons you learn will help you remain involved, adaptable, and always ahead of the curve. Now a seasoned veteran of the workplace shares his insights, tips, and experiences in a thoroughly updated edition of a career-planning classic.


pub date: 2013-12-31 | paperback | 9780806536767