By Dan Miller
Puts the job search into broader perspective by asking seekers to consider what they are meant to do as well as what they want to do.
Posted: 11/15/2007 03:06 PM EST more »
By Marsha Sinetar
From the author of Living Happily Ever After, Do What You Love is a rich and inspirational book that will guide you to pursuing your dreams to ultimately embark on a rewarding and meaningful career—and still be able to pay the bills.
Posted: 11/15/2007 03:14 PM EST more »
By Jason McClure
Everyone wants a rewarding career that satisfies personal goals, and McClure’s book will take readers by the hand and help develop ideas for jobs that satisfy your passion.
Posted: 11/15/2007 03:11 PM EST more »
By Jeffrey J. Fox
The re-titled edition of Don’t Send a Resume helps you market yourself and get your foot in the door when it comes to landing a dream job.
Posted: 11/15/2007 03:04 PM EST more »
By Tama J. Kieves
Kieves was a Harvard lawyer who took a vacation when she realized that she couldn’t bear the thought of returning to work and decided that it was time to follow her passion. This Time I Dance! is dedicated to the part of you that listens to the music more than the reproach of the mind—and just may be the spark needed to begin an amazing adventure of finding a satisfying career.
Posted: 11/15/2007 03:10 PM EST more »
By Richard Nelson Bolles
Fortune magazine considers What Color if Your Parachute? the gold standard for job hunters. It’s been a bestseller for the past 30 years and is constantly updated for trends in the job market relative to the current economy.
Posted: 11/15/2007 03:02 PM EST more »