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The Advice Of A Headhunter Seminar

One of the most perplexing problems that we face at the beginning of the 21íst Century is the difficulty in finding and keeping a good job. The vocational market during the past few years has been a tumultuous one and the future promises to be even more difficult. Yet, despite this increasing level of competition, everybody seems to think that one can be less than perfect during an interview and still be successful in the job market.

While the past two and one-half decades have produced numerous books that often agree on solutions to simple problems in the job-search field, these volumes invariably disagree on answers to the real-life vocational dilemmas. There is a need for a documented program that succinctly applies a quality systems approach to oneís job search with the defined goal of making zero mistakes during this process.

In response to this need, this seminar, and the accompanying book with the same title, have been designed to provide job applicants with a start-to-finish vocational plan necessary to navigate through these difficult times. The system that Don Hite has developed, as an Executive Recruiter over the past 25 years, is based solidly upon quality assurance engineering principles that are designed to ensure one can reach his or her vocational goals.

To this end, this seminar is designed to eliminate all of the potential mistakes that one might otherwise make on the way to obtaining a new or better job. The real premise of this work is to help everyone not just look like a better candidate, or act like a better candidate, but to actually be a better candidate while in the job market.

Crystal BallThe Advice of a Headhunter is just that. The real goal of this work is to help everyone not just look like a better candidate, or act like a better candidate, but to actually be a better candidate in the job market. In this respect, this program can be used as a career crystal ball if one has the foresight and vision to use it.

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