PART I: Getting a Handle on the Process.
Chapter 1: Getting Off on the Right Foot.
Chapter 2: Getting Organized.
PART II: Setting Your Targets.
Chapter 3: What Are You Looking for, Anyway?
Chapter 4: Scoping Out the Market.
PART III: The Writes (And Wrongs) of Resume Writing.
Chapter 5: Resume Basics.
Chapter 6: Deciding Which Resume Style Is for You.
Chapter 7: Writing Your Resume.
Chapter 8: Getting Your Resume into Print.
Chapter 9: Making Your Cover Letter Count.
PART IV: Drumming Up Job Leads.
Chapter 10: Going Online: The Basics.
Chapter 11: Digging Up Information: The Basics of Effective Research.
Chapter 12: Networking 101.
Chapter 13: Getting the Most Out of Networking.
Chapter 14: Creative Reading: Scouring Want Ads.
Chapter 15: Jobs by Mail: Conducting a Targeted Direct-Mail Campaign.
Chapter 16: The Recruiting Game: Getting Outside Help.
Chapter 17: Temporary Work as a Way to Get Discovered.
PART V: Answering the Call: Keys to Successful Interviewing.
Chapter 18: Getting Ready for Show Time.
Chapter 19: Winning Ways: How to Handle Yourself During the Interview.
Chapter 20: Staying in Control: When Bad Things Happen to Good Interviewees.
Chapter 21: End Game: Closing the Interview on a Winning Note.
Chapter 22: Nailing Down the Offer.
PART VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Get Started on the Right Foot in Your New Job.
Chapter 24: Ten Ways to Keep Up Your Morale.
Chapter 25: Ten Bold Interviewing Tactics to Make You Stand Out from the Crowd.
Chapter 26: The Ten Most Valuable Resources in Your Job Search.
Chapter 27: Ten Questions Frequently Asked by Job Hunters.
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