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by Steve Kravette
Author: Steve Kravette
Publisher: Bantam (June 1, 1983)
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Category: Work and Money
Countdown to Success. If you know how to make every second count, you can land that job. GET A JOB in 60 SECONDS shows you the twelve, all-important, 5-second steps to follow toward your goal
Countdown to Success. GET A JOB in 60 SECONDS shows you the twelve, all-important, 5-second steps to follow toward your goal. From the first approach to the final decision, you'll see how those critical seconds determine whether you win - or lose - the job-hunting game. And you'll find out how to put those s Countdown to Success.
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