WOMAN'S WORKBOOK by Karin & Connie Siegel Abarbanel

WOMAN'S WORKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The message for the woman job seeker is that she should ""stay loose and confident. . . start shedding those psychological blinders. . . and nobody is limiting you anymore except possibly yourself."" This book informs women of many obvious and not-so-obvious points concerning their employment, which men have long appreciated and benefited from. The authors aim to help women identify the kind of work they wish to do, the most effective way of finding a job, and, once hired, to recognize and keep the fight job. The book is filled with much useful information: how to write an effective resume, how to set up and behave at an interview, how to intelligently read employment advertisements in the newspapers, and the pitfalls of using employment agencies. The most important function of the book is to provide psychological support to its users: as for these specifics, they're available in every other book on the subject and there are many.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1975
Publisher: Praeger