Anyone who has been through the process of that first. post college, job search knows how stressful the process can be. While it can be exciting to go out into the world hoping for the perfect (or good enough) position, it can also be stressful and try one’s self-confidence. Making time for reflection before the job search begins can be very helpful as the author of this book knows.
Kirk Snyder is a university professor who appears to have the credentials and experience to help those venturing out into the world. He created a class at USC to address the issues that he writes about and shares what he has learned in this book which offers a systematic approach to finding a good job with a good fit. The has three sections, one on defining one’s value in the job market, the next on finding a fit and the final section of getting a perfect position. Throughout he writes in a relatable style that includes many vignettes. All in all, he helps students to reflect, plan and look for a job.
Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this title in exchange for an honest review. This title could be a good gift (or gift (to one’s self) or for those in college and beyond.