Academic journal article
By Kavanaugh, Mary Ellen
Career Planning and Adult Development Journal , Vol. 22, No. 4
Job Hunting on the Internet by Richard Nelson Bolles & Mark Emery Bolles. 2005. Berkley, CA: Ten Speed Press. 210 pages, Softcover, $11.95
Intended Audience: All
Major Headings from Table of Contents:
Job Hunting and the Internet; Research on the Internet; Contacts and Networking; Counseling and Testing; Job Sites; A Beginner's Primer on the Internet; Sources; About the Authors; Index.
How is the book most useful for its intended audience?
This book gives the audience a bountiful amount of information for planning and managing a successful job search.
The top things you learned from reading this book:
Lots of new web site information; Pros and cons of each web site; Networking tips (a key component in every job search); Online testing.
As a recruiter with many years' experience placing candidates and assisting companies in finding the right candidates, I found this book to be valuable. It has a wealth of information for people who are looking for a job, and for those who are thinking about looking for a job. From the basic job search on the web, to how effective networking in your job search can be, this book covers it all. As a professional I found many new web sites that I will be researching, as well as a book that I will be able to refer to my candidates. …