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4 Steps to Career Success: The new career transition workbook

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4 Steps to Career Success: The new career transition workbook
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740305678
Number of pages: 90

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In difficult economic times we too often have to settle for job opportunities that are not ideal. This book is written primarily to help those seeking employment job change although if you are contemplating setting up your own business and becoming self-employed the fundamentals are the same although some of the detail may need to be adapted.

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