8 books every job seeker should read
From interviewing to negotiating your salary, these books can help get you a new job.
Whether you're just starting out in your career or making a transition, odds are there's some part of the job search process that's at least a little mystifying.
From interviewing to negotiating your salary, there are a lot of factors at play when looking for a new job, and one mistake could put the kibosh on the whole thing.
To master the art of the job search, here are eight books that can guide you through the process:
Richard N. Bolles' 'What Color is Your Parachute?'
David Allen's 'Getting Things Done'Advertisement
Dale Carnegie's 'How to Win Friends & Influence People'
Danny Rubin's 'Wait, How Do I Write This Email?'Advertisement
William Strunk Jr. and E.B. White's 'The Elements of Style'
Steve Dalton's 'The 2-Hour Job Search: Using Technology to Get the Right Job Faster'Advertisement
Michael Port's 'Steal the Show'
Roger Fisher, William L. Ury, and Bruce Patton's 'Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In'Advertisement