Going For The Gold by Darrell Laughlin
The Complete Guide for Job Hunting and Career Advancement

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Profession Comments for "Going for the Gold": "Going for the Gold"-this book is right on dead center! A well-written motivational career guide that is a must for those who are employed and unfilled or out of work and looking for a career. This book is produced out of experience from a successful person and will be of inestimable help for any reader who really wants to do more with their career. Such a book has power-the power to communicate innovative ideals, the power to change attitude and the power to simulate the will to personal achievement with a successful career. John Haley President Executone Wireless "Going for the Gold" covers all the basics. A straightforward, how-to approach for conducting a job search from beginning to end. This is not just a book on how to just write a resume and answer interviewing questions, but presents a perspective of the job search process from the viewpoints of the candidate, employer and professional recruiter. Well worth reading. Richard E. Phillips Vice President, Human Resources(Ret) Dayton Walther Corporation

About Darrell Laughlin

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The author Darrell Laughlin has over 28 years in the Executive Recruiting field. He has successfully conducted search assignments for Fortune 500 firms from executive to staff level positions. He has worked with several national sororities and fraternities in organizing career seminars for students, and conducting Job Fair programs, bringing together college seniors, alumni, and a diverse group of representatives from major industries to mix and discuss potential employment opportunities. Along with his recruiting schedule, Mr. Laughlin also is actively engaged as a licensed Career Coach assisting individuals in their job search and career change. He is amply qualified in outlining the different job search techniques, which are used in the recruiting business and explaining normal mistakes individuals make while conducting their job search, interviewing process and salary negotiations.
Published August 23, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 184 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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