50 Ways to Get a Job: An Unconventional Guide to Finding

50 Ways to Get a Job: An Unconventional Guide to Finding


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  • 50 Ways to Get a Job: An Unconventional Guide to Finding Work on Your Terms
  • Dev Aujla
  • 05 February 2019
  • 1538487772

10 thoughts on “50 Ways to Get a Job: An Unconventional Guide to Finding Work on Your Terms

  1. Olwen Olwen says:

    Some innovative approaches in this book.


  2. Rajiv Moté Rajiv Moté says:

    This is a choose your own adventure style book on job hunting, though that broke down for me quickly quickly out of impatience and the clumsiness of flipping back and forth on an eReader This book s structure is a metaphor, in a way One of its goals is to ease the reader into a non linear career path, and is targeted at people who have followed a linear path and have reached what feels like a dead end Judging from how quickly I switched to reading this book linearly, I didn t learn the lesson This is a choose your own adventure style book on job hunting, though that broke down for me quickly quickly out of impatience and the clumsiness of flipping back and forth on an eReader This book s structure is a metaphor, in a way One of its goals is to ease the reader into a non linear career path, and is targeted at people who have followed a linear path and have reached what feels like a dead end Judging from how quickly I switched to reading this book linearly, I didn t learn the lesson.The book is a set of exercises various forms of introspection, guided ways of acquiring information or making contacts, a few tools and templates The book encourages you to actually do the exercises, even if they re uncomfortable And I found value in a few of them before I got impatient.The text in the chapter exercises is a bit thin The few examples the author uses didn t resonate with me I don t expect a book to hold my hand and lead me to the magical world of professional Purpose, but I d hoped for a littletheoretical backing to the exercises, someinspiring anecdotes


  3. PaulC PaulC says:

    I realize this book wasn t intended as a job search manual but I felt it wondered too much Offers a sort of philosophical approach to job hunting finding a career which is ok but the problem I have with this and many other books is memory You read a self help book and forget most of what you have read a month later Suggestion like go camping to break out of your normal routine are a good idea but often job hunters are already struggling with keeping themselves in the hear and now and focu I realize this book wasn t intended as a job search manual but I felt it wondered too much Offers a sort of philosophical approach to job hunting finding a career which is ok but the problem I have with this and many other books is memory You read a self help book and forget most of what you have read a month later Suggestion like go camping to break out of your normal routine are a good idea but often job hunters are already struggling with keeping themselves in the hear and now and focused on something that will produce actual results Spending time alone something that many job seekers are already doing to much of Finally, taking way to long to make basic points For example, look at your bank account and figure out out how long you can go before returning to work Not a bad idea but should take an entire chapter and also that chapter like most of the chapters wanders all over the place and off topic before coming back to the point it is supposed to be making


  4. Cecilia Cecilia says:

    A non linear book on non linear career paths I read the book straight through instead of skipping around because that was annoying The exercises were generally fine This has some application for people who just want a job that they don t hate While it talks about non linear career paths, it seems like this book isfor people who know what they want to do, and that job or career path is decidedly not working class.


  5. Jenn Jenn says:

    The exercises were helpful to frame and structure one s mindset of how to think about self exploration I m not sure how some of the ideas or exercise are unconventional This book can be summed up as soul search and communicate your skills , but it gives nice, easy instructions on how to start soul searching The most unconventional one was about thinking about the physical landscape around you Wheeeeetttt The website pretty much covers the key posts from the book.


  6. Megan Megan says:

    This book is worth flipping through and finding some exercises that interest you Many of the activities encourage mindfulness, learning, and self exploration However, when it comes to advice about applying and interviewing for jobs there are other job search books out there withpractical advice.


  7. Miss Doruntine Miss Doruntine says:

    This book was awesome I d highly recommend it to anyone who has doubts about their path, doesn t know how to tell their story or needs some help It wasself discovery than it was job related Highly recommend it


  8. Kurt Zisa Kurt Zisa says:

    Interesting guide with many tips and tricks Intends for the reader to do all of the exercises but sometimes they seem to betrouble then they are worth Each individual reader will take something different from this book as there seems to be something for everybody within.


  9. Kathyanngallagher Kathyanngallagher says:

    Not practical, time consuming, and NO, I cannot go off for 3 days at a time to find myself when I already know who where I am Emphasizing Buddhism meditation throughout this book isn t what I was searching for Not practical, time consuming, and NO, I cannot go off for 3 days at a time to find myself when I already know who where I am Emphasizing Buddhism meditation throughout this book isn t what I was searching for


  10. Marcela Marcela says:

    Kind of an overall explore yourself rather than specifically focused on job search Claims that only 3% of jobs are found of job boards which I m skeptical about.


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