Playing the Job-finding Game: A rule book for ex-offenders by Terry Pile

Playing the Job-finding Game: A rule book for ex-offenders

byTerry Pile

Kobo ebook | October 17, 2013

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If you have ever looked for a job, you know employers don't always pick the most qualified or experienced job candidates. Having a criminal record is an additional barrier that can make finding a job an insurmountable challenge...unless you know the rules of the game.


Playing the Job-finding Game: A Rule Book for Ex-offenders offers a strategic approach to obtaining employment regardless of past transgressions. It is based on advice from a veteran career counselor and the collective wisdom of hundreds of ex-offenders she has successfully coached over the years. It will help your clients:


·         Think like an employer

·         Identify marketable skills

·         Develop a game plan for job-finding

·         Craft effective resumes and cover letters

·         Select appropriate job-finding strategies

·         Respond to difficult interview questions

·         Score a new job


Filled with how-to advice, examples, exercises and success stories, this book will help anyone who has been in trouble with the law get into shape for the job-finding game and come out a winner.


Terry Pile, MS/GCDF, is the principal consultant for Career Advisors, providing career development and outplacement services since 2000. She is the author of numerous e-books and news articles on career issues. Playing the Job-finding Game is her second book.

Title:Playing the Job-finding Game: A rule book for ex-offendersFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 17, 2013Publisher:Career Advisors Resource CenterLanguage:English

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