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Best Entry-Level Jobs, 2007 Edition
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375765603, Paperback)The first job out of college can be a rude awakening–but it doesn’t have to be that way. With this inspiring and informative guide, students can learn how to pay their dues without losing their minds.
Best Entry-Level Jobs is annually updated and has been newly revised for 2007. It reveals where the best job opportunities are and what recent grads need to do to land those positions. The experts at The Princeton Review conducted hundreds of interviews with entry-level employees at the companies profiled in this book, and the most telling answers are in this book. Now students can get an inside look at hiring procedures, salaries, benefits, job responsibilities, opportunities for advancement…and more!
Each job profile provides an honest assessment of the pros and cons of the position. Whether students want to work on IPOs at Goldman Sachs, help design jet engines for GE, or be personal assistants to celebrities, they will learn everything they need to know to launch their dream careers.
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Are you worried about finding yourself in an entry-level job that fills your day with chores like changing the toner cartridge on the Xerox machine? Let's face it, your first job out of college can be a rude awakening. But take heart: it doesn't have to be that way. Best Entry-Level Jobs reveals where the best first job opportunities in the country are and what you need to do to get one of them. We give you an inside look of hiring procedures, salaries, benefits, and where entry-level hires usually work. We've interviewed hundreds of people who currently hold the entry-level jobs featured within these pages, and they share with you their experiences and opinions about: - Getting hired - Salaries - Job responsibilities - On-the-job training - Co-workers and corporate culture - Opportunities for advancement.
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