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Free eBook: What I Know About Getting A Job

July 20th, 2010

Rich “Corn on the Job” DeMatteo asked me to contribute to his ebook called “What I Know About Getting A Job.”  I was happy to do it.

You can download the free ebook here.

There are a bunch of people in the career space who contributed.  I’m the 8th person (geesh, why didn’t they do it alphabetical order??  j/k) and I just read what I wrote – they edited it pretty good!

Take about 20 minutes and sift through it… no cost to you.

Here are the contributors:

Rich DeMatteo: Corn on the Job

Penelope Trunk: Brazen Careerist

Mark Stelzner: Job Angels

Lance Haun: ERE.net

John Sumser: HR Examiner

Jim Stroud: Jim Stroud dot com

Kris Dunn: Fistful of Talent

Todd Raphael: ERE.net

Jason Alba: JibberJobber.com

Sharlyn Lauby: HR Bartender

Laurie Ruettimann: Punk Rock HR

Alexander Kjerulf: The Chief Happiness Officer

Ben Eubanks: Upstart HR

Steve Reesler: All Things Workplace

Kevin Grossman: HR Marketer

Lisa Rosendahl: Simply Lisa

Chris Ferdinandi: Renegade HR

Peter Clayton: Total Picture Radio

Great people, great advice!

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5 Responses to “Free eBook: What I Know About Getting A Job”

  1. Jason – Thank you so much for your contribution. It was great to work with you on this.

  2. Brad Attig says:

    Jason,

    Hate to break it to you but if they would have done it in alphabetical order you would have only moved up 2 spots……Ha!

  3. Jason Alba says:

    @Rich – thanks :)

    @Brad – alpha by last name… I’d be #1! woohoo :p

  4. Bob Drew says:

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    Great job on this excellent and concise resource. I will be re-tweeting it many times and recommending it to my people. Thank you!

    Getting a job IS a job! The harder you work at it, the luckier you WILL get!

    :)

  5. David says:

    great resource! I’m going to tweet it right away!

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