The following are some books that have been written to have individuals navigate through the job market. so they can be successful at finding the type of work that suits them best, and what they are best suited for.
Immigrating to Canada and Finding Employment
It can be difficult for anyone to find a job in Canada no matter what province they may live in. But when new immigrants come to the country it is a far more difficult challenge for them. The author of this book Immigrating to Canada and Finding Employment was written by Tariq Nadeem. With the focus being on the skilled worker who is trying to find work in their skilled fields. It also contains a lot of immigration information so that immigration factors don’t interfere with the job eligibility.
Great Jobs for Everyone 50+
It has become commonplace for many individuals over the age of fifty to be in the job market. A lot of executives faced layoffs and have found themselves unemployed. Then there are others who have been out of the job force for several years, and make the decision to re-enter it. This book Great Jobs for Everyone 50+ written by Kerry Hannon became a nation-best seller. It outlines how one can look for job opportunities that fit what they are looking for.
60 Seconds and You Are Hired
There are different components that come with job finding. One of these is the dreaded interview. This is where a lot of job seekers end up failing. This book 60 seconds and You Are Hired can be of real value with this segment of job hunting. The author is Robin Ryan who was a career counselor and has added this experience to the book so that individuals attending interviews will know how to respond and be able to put themselves above their competitors.