Sweaty Palms

Sweaty Palms

The Neglected Art of Being Interviewed

Book - 2005 | 1st Warner Books ed., rev. and updated ed.
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A newly updated edition of the comprehen-sive guide to job interviews that has over a half million copies in print, SWEATY PALMS teaches readers everything they need to know in order to land the job of their dreams.
Whether a first-time job seeker searching for that elusive entry-level position or a seasoned employee fac-ing tougher and tougher competition in a difficult economy, SWEATY PALMS takes readers through each step of the interviewing process, from preparation to dress to negotiating an offer. Including hundreds of interview questions and sample answers, SWEATY PALMS prepares job seekers for even the wiliest inter-viewer. H. Anthony Medley, who has interviewed countless job seekers over the years, offers readers an honest view from ¿the other side of the desk.¿ He draws on a wide variety of sources, from celebrities dis-cussing how they got their jobs, to employers revealing what they look for in an ideal candidate.This new edi-tion of SWEATY PALMS, which has been a vital tool in the job-interview market for decades, reflects cut-ting-edge changes to interviewing, including the pros and cons of e-mail resumes, thank-you notes, proper dress in the corporate-casual age, and the unique chal-lenges of landing a job in the 21st century.
Publisher: New York : Warner Business Books, c2005
Edition: 1st Warner Books ed., rev. and updated ed.
ISBN: 9780446693837
Branch Call Number: ANF 650.144 MED 2005
Characteristics: xii, 444 p. ; 21 cm


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Jan 30, 2010

This read was enjoyable and addressed the issues related to interviews well. I especially liked the checklists contained at the end of each chapter.

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