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Series: Career Savvy

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95 Mistakes Job Seekers Make...and How to Avoid Them by Richard Fein
Dressing Smart for Men: 101 Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make...and How to Avoid Them by JoAnna Nicholson
Dressing Smart for Women: 101 Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make...and How to Avoid Them by JoAnna Nicholson
Job Interview Tips for People With Not-So-Hot Backgrounds: How to Put Red Flags Behind You! by Caryl Krannich
No One Will Hire Me!: Avoid 15 Mistakes and Win the Job by Ron Krannich

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  1. Great Jobs for Sociology Majors, 2nd Ed. by Stephen Lambert (1997)
  2. The Successful Introvert: How to Enhance Your Job Search and Advance Your Career by Wendy Gelberg (2008)
  3. The Ex-Offender's Job Hunting Guide: 10 Steps to a New Life in the Work World by Ron Krannich (2005)
  4. Career Success Is Color-Blind: Overcoming Prejudice and Eliminating Barriers in the Workplace by Ollie Stevenson (2000)
  5. 201 Best Questions To Ask On Your Interview by John Kador (2002)
  6. Dress to Impress: How a Navy Blazer Changed My Life! by Joyce Nelson Shellhart (2005)
  7. The Career Coward's Guide to Interviewing: Sensible Strategies for Overcoming Job Search Fears by Katy Piotrowski (2007)
  8. The Book of U.S. Government Jobs: Where They Are, What's Available, & How to Complete a Federal Resume by Dennis V. Damp (1996)
  9. Preparing for the Behavior-Based Interview: How to Get the Job You Want by Terry L. Fitzwater (2001)
  10. Knock 'em Dead 2005: The Ultimate Job Seeker's Guide by Martin John Yate (2004)
  11. Job-Hunting for the So-Called Handicapped or People Who Have Disabilities by Richard N. Bolles (1991)
  12. 101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions by Ron Fry (1991)
  13. The Etiquette Edge: The Unspoken Rules for Business Success by Beverly Langford (2005)
  14. Top 100 Health Care Careers: Your Complete Guidebook To Training And Jobs In Allied Health, Nursing, Medicine, And More 2nd Edition by Saul Wischnitzer (2005)
  15. Expert Resumes for Health Care Careers by Wendy S. Enelow (2004)

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