The First 60 Seconds Is Specifically Geared For:
Anyone Who Is Currently Unemployed
Given our current economic conditions, there currently more than 15 million people out of work and competing for available jobs.
you spend $15 on a book that can provide unique ideas, techniques,
and strategies to differentiate yourself and make you more successful in
getting back to work quickly and effectively?
is increasingly difficult for college graduates to land their first
job, and the techniques and strategies outlined in the book can
undoubtedly help them be more successful. With the book, graduates can immediately put practical experience to use to get their career off to a great start.
the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education
Statistics, annual college enrollments will rise to 19.5 million in 2014
(up from approximately 15.5 million in 2007). This year it is expected that there will be more than 2.5 million degreed
(associate, undergraduate and graduate) students, most attempting to
enter the workforce in a year when the unemployment rate is still at an elevated level. The job market for students with no
prior business experience is the most competitive and students must
employ new techniques and strategies to be successful in their job
The Book Is Also Perfectly Suited For:
Employed But Active Job Seekers
Business Professionals Considering Career Options
Anyone With A Desire To Make Their Job More Secure
Anyone Interested In Proactive, Long-Term Career Management