Summary

New-style job messages that get you in the door and on your way up

From sparkling cover letters to six-word bios, a fresh bevy of job search letters has grown powerfully useful for successful career communications. Job Search Letters For Dummies delivers the quality of New Era know-how you need right now to land good jobs and thrive. Whether you're a long-time professional or a recent college graduate -- or somewhere in between -- Job Search Letters For Dummies has you covered.

Job Search Letters For Dummies
covers the gamut of leading-edge topics, including effective strategies for internal career communications on topics such as raises, promotions, and position changes; rules for communicating professionally with texts and networking on social media platforms such as twitter and LinkedIn; fresh and updated communication phrases to voice accomplishments and make job-fit statements; post-interview etiquette and letters such as thank-yous, -hire me- reinforcement notes, interest revival queries; and much more.

Whether you're a long-time professional or a recent college graduate -- or somewhere in between -- Job Search Letters For Dummies has you covered.

A note to job seekers from nationally syndicated careers columnist and author or Job Search Letters For Dummies, Joyce Lain Kennedy:

Welcome aboard, job seekers Thanks for checking out this first guide to communications-supported job search and career growth in relentlessly changing technological times.

The right messaging -- what you say, why you say it, and when you say it -- is as important today to your employment goals as it has been at any time since Leonardo da Vinci wrote the first professional resume in 1482.

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You're competing in a new world of work out there. If your job search is treading water -- or even drowning-- there's a better way. Make a splash Engage hiring authorities through a communications-centered campaign with smart content.