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Coach Brian’s new book can make you the Elon Musk of job hunting

It’s no secret that the current economic climate is tough. Jobs are scarce and competition for those that are available is fierce. It can be a disheartening and soul-destroying experience trying to find work, especially if you’re in a career you hate. 

In today’s climate, only 2 out of every 100 job seekers will even reach the interview stage. By reading Brian Fenerty’s latest book, you can tip the scales in your favor. Take advantage of decades of experience and tips based on proven results in order to make your career the best it can possibly be. It is the only job hunting guide you’ll ever need. 

But it’s not all doom and gloom. In fact, this tough economic climate presents an opportunity to reassess your situation and find a job you love. With the right mindset and approach, you can use this time to find a career that is both fulfilling and financially viable. Fortunately for you, unemployment’s biggest threat, Brian Fenerty, will teach you everything you need to know in order to find a job you love, even in a chaotic, economic climate! 

Amazon’s #1 New Release “Find a Job You Love and Get the Job You Want”, is a simple, yet effective road map created by the coach everyone would love when it comes to talent acquisition. With it you will find your way in the career jungle, using tried and true methods involving everything from how you should write your resumé to how you completely dominate your interviews. 

The digital landscape of today can make finding the job of your dreams a complicated journey for some, while others thrive in the network-website-social-media-internet world that we currently live in. Brian has led job seekers to tremendous success using digital platforms like LinkedIn, which some people might completely avoid, as well as coaching for digital interviews. 

With more than a quarter of a century’s worth of experience, Brian knows that building a successful career is not about spraying your resume over every company and person you find. Job searching and finding the career just right for you is more like falling in love. To get there, you will however need to make yourself the best possible version of yourself, and present yourself in the best possible way.

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