Why Don't They Call Me? by Michael Petras
Job Search Wisdom To Get You Unstuck

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This book is a culmination of over 20 years of direct hiring experience as an Executive Recruiter and a Regional Sales Director for a Fortune 500 company. It contains cutting edge ideas and actions steps that will work for you on both an intellectual and emotional level. You need equilibrium on both levels to enhance your job search prospects.

If you are one of these 5 struggling job seekers this book will be a game-changer for you

People unemployed six months—or longer—who get very few job interviews.
People unemployed six months—or longer—who rarely, if ever, get a job offer
People late in their career who suspect that age discrimination is the main reason they aren’t being invited in for job interviews, let alone getting job offers.
People who have been fired or laid off who now struggle with guilt, depression, marital stress, low self-esteem, feelings of hopelessness, or simply lack motivation.
People who have lost their job after a long career with one company, and now find themselves out-of-step and out-of-date with the job search process.


About Michael Petras

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Michael Petras is an author, professional career advisor, and executive recruiter. His popular website, http://www.job-interview-wisdom.com, provides job seekers with cutting-edge interviewing tactics to win job offers. Prior to recruiting and career coaching, Mike spent twenty years in the recreational vehicle industry as a regional sales director and national sales manager for Fleetwood Enterprises and Damon Corporation. Mike hired, trained, promoted, and mentored over fifty sales professionals and staff support. Many of these individuals have since gone on to become directors, executives, and presidents of companies both inside and outside the RV industry.For the past ten years Mike has also served as a volunteer employment specialist. He has conducted numerous community workshops for hundreds of job seekers and career changers resulting in breakthroughs when their job search had reached a dead end. Mike majored in Economics at Indiana University. He currently resides in South Bend, Indiana, with his wife, Beth.
Published April 27, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 152 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction

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After a bit of morale-building, Petras shares specifics for how best to conduct a job search, including “ten simple habits of highly successful job seekers” and “fourteen potent truths and myths about popular job search methods” that should open some eyes and help job seekers reorder their priori...

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