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After the Coronavirus pandemic, our world changed. While we all try to adapt to change, many feel more discouraged than ever when they try to get a job. If this is the case for you and you do not know where to start looking, Christy Noel's Your Career Survival Guide is the book for you. Noel provides excellent tips on how to write your best resume and cover letter, use informational interviews, prepare for your job interview, and negotiate your salary. Moreover, she will show you the right way to ask for a raise in times of crisis and even how to love a job you do not like. You will find all these topics and much more inside.
What I liked most about Your Career Survival Guide is that Christy Noel guides you through the stages of your journey to find work in times of crisis. She knows the subject thoroughly and does not just give generic information but offers clear explanations. This makes her guide authoritative and exhaustive. I found the part dedicated to job hunting very interesting, but what struck me was her advice on how to enjoy a job you do not love. I found a lot of common sense in what she says in this and other parts of the narrative. I recommend it to all those who want to land a good job, even if times are difficult. With this guide, you will have clear ideas.