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The resource examples below give a glimpse of the great information sources in the University Library. The Research Box on the library homepage is the place to start a search for many, many more books, ebooks, videos, or articles. Here is also a direct link to the library catalog, also called GIL-Find.
Best Resumes for College Students and New Grads by Louise Kursmark
Call Number: HF5383b .K867 2012
Publication Date: 2012
This 3rd edition includes descriptions of skills and attributes that are valuable in the workplace, answers to common questions, examples of high-quality resumes, and how to use social media and other online resources in job searches and career management.
Wait, How Do I Write This Email? by Danny Rubin
Publication Date: 2015-10-01
Click "Send" With Confidence!You sit down to write a career-related email and then...you freeze.You think: "How do I begin? And what's the best way to make my point?"In his comprehensive guide, career expert Danny Rubin provides more than100 critical email and document templates for networking and the job search. He also includes smart LinkedIn templates, memorable handwritten notes, the outline for a powerful one-page resume and a fresh cover letter strategy with a focus on storytelling.
501+ Great Interview Questions for Employers and the Best Answers for Prospective Employees by Dianna Podmoroff
Publication Date: 2016-01-28
This updated 2015 book contains a wide variety of carefully worded questions for both employers and job seekers. Determine personality types, the type of work a person is best suited for, and much more!