Did everybody have an OK Thanksgiving? Obviously, if you're in the same sort of spot that I am, with no job, very little hope at the moment, and the Holidays bearing down on you, I'm not going to make you feel any worse by asking if you had a nice Thanksgiving. When the stuff you're “thankful” for gets down to the basics of “not being homeless and having enough food” it's pretty hard to get all rah-rah about it.
I managed to get another slug of links pulled together for you (and even got a bit of a start on next week's). Some of these are sort of odd (like the Steve Case one), but they (like some of the books I feature) provide another angle to look at the job search … and the more information, the wider perspective, you have, the better armed you are to fight it out in the employment trenches. These follow below.
I also ran across a free e-book that looked pretty good, especially for those just slogging off into looking for a job. This is put out by Career Builder, and is called Jobology. While only 20 pages, it gives a reasonably comprehensive over-view of the whole process. I figured I'd feature it up here, rather than as one of the links.
As always, I hope you find these of use:
And, of course, this week's links have been folded into the big .pdf e-book of alphabetically sorted links from the past couple of years, the latest copy of which can be downloaded here: TJS-LinkList-111125.pdf
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