This continues to be the leading job-hunting and career planning title in the field—with more than 10 million copies sold—because the annual update allows author Richard N. Bolles to present the time-tested, beloved approach of Parachute informed by current economic and workplace conditions.
In good times, people use What Color Is Your Parachute? because it helps them change direction, switch careers, and find rewarding work. In hard times, it teaches ways to uncover jobs when supposedly there are no jobs, and it provides a step-by-step plan (called the Flower Exercise) that gives people the edge over other job-hunters. Since it is updated every year, this guide combines decades of experience with up-to-the-minute advice. The 2011 edition will include additional information on job clubs and innovative advice on creativity and inventiveness. It will also feature a new emphasis on improving productivity by showing job-hunters how to treat their search like a well organized day job. This classic career guide is a proven resource for the recently laid-off, the underemployed, and anyone dreaming of career fulfillment.
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