Would you like someone to cut the fluff and just tell you what you don't already know about how to find a job? Would you like to know the details of how to be competitive in job search without wasting your time on the obvious, like don't cuss during the interview? Would you like to tap into the lifelong experience of a vocational expert? That's what you get in this book: Just the facts! This book uses as few words as possible to guide you in your job search. The material is presented in an easy to read format so it can be referenced quickly. This reference guide provides recommendations on what to do to land a job offer, the reasons for these recommendations, and examples that apply to you, the job seeker of the new millennium: • Preparing for job search • Job applications and resumes • Interviewing strategies • Salary negotiation • Beating the other candidates The Expert: J. G. Woodward, M.Ed., CRC, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master of Education degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Kent State University. Ms. Woodward is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with 20 years of experience in career counseling. She has testified as an Expert in Vocational Rehabilitation in a multitude of court venues. The Warranty: If you use this book and follow these suggestions, you will outperform every other candidate while competing for the job you want.