Today’s Featured Kindle Book of the Day, No Mistakes Resumes, by Giacomo Giammatteo, is regularly $7.99 but has been discounted to just 99 cents today in the Amazon Kindle store. This book has received an average user rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars based on 25 customer reviews.
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Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
Warning: Reading this book could get you a new job.
Keep your resume out of the trash!
• Discover the secrets to a perfect resume.
• Learn the 3 most important parts of a resume.
• Find out how to get the hiring manager’s attention.
• Learn which sections of your resume can send it to the trash.
• Uncover the magnificence of the perfect cover letter.
˃˃˃ What you’ll get out of No Mistakes Resumes.
If you’ve ever wondered why you didn’t get called for an interview when you knew you fit the job–this book explains why.
What makes me qualified to write this book?
I’ve been a headhunter for more than 30 years, and I have evaluated, screened, and edited a gazillion resumes. I know a gazillion sounds like a lot, and maybe it wasn’t quite that many, but it was a lot of resumes.
I see people make the same mistakes over and over again–mistakes that keep them from being considered for the jobs they want. That’s why I wrote this book–to help people get the jobs they really want.
˃˃˃ No Mistakes Resumes. Change your life today!
˃˃˃ Danger! This book contains sarcasm, humor, and damn good information.
So what are you waiting for? Want to know how to get that interview? Get the No Mistakes Resumes book. (It’ll cost you about 2 cups of coffee.)
I live in Texas now, but I grew up in Cleland Heights, a mixed ethnic neighborhood in Wilmington, Delaware, that sat on the fringes of the Italian, Irish and Polish neighborhoods. The main characters of Murder Takes Time grew up in Cleland Heights, and many of the scenes in the book were taken from real-life experiences.
Since this is a bio some of you might wonder what I do. I’ve had a successful 30 year career as a headhunter, recruiting top talent for some of the world’s best companies–Apple, Johnson & Johnson, Abbott Laboratories, and many high-profile start-up companies.
During that time I’ve completed more than 500 searches, which translates into evaluating, editing, and writing thousands of resumes. I have also interviewed and done reference checks on more than 1,000 candidates. I’ve learned what companies want to see on a resume–and, perhaps more importantly–what they don’t. You’ll find a lot more information in the book and on my website.
Getting back to the bio–when my kids were young I left the Northeast and settled in Texas, where my wife suggested we get a few animals. I should have known better; we now have a full-blown animal sanctuary with rescues from all over. At last count we had 45 animals–11 dogs, a horse, a three-legged cat and 5 others, and 26 pigs.
Oh, and one crazy–and very large–wild boar, who takes walks with me every day and happens to also be my best buddy.
In the evening I help my wife tend to the animals, and at night–late at night–I turn into a writer.
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Once you get there, take a look around, click some links, and, if you’ve got time, tell me what you think.
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