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New York Times bestseller Martin Yate is the author of Knock Em Dead – The Ultimate Job Search Guide, now going into its 32nd edition. It is the keystone of a 17-book series, with each book addressing a different aspect of job search and modern career management.

Collectively published in some 63 foreign language editions, the Knock Em Dead way is unique in its scope and global acceptance in industrialized nations.

With new books and editions added constantly over the last thirty-one years, Mr. Yate’s body of work has gradually evolved into a carefully integrated strategy for navigating the twists and turns of a half-century work life.

Resume Problems: When Skills Outreach Job Title
Resume Problems: When Skills Outreach Job Title

Having skills that outstrip your job title can happen to anyone with any corporate background, and this is especially frequent

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The Last Piece Of Career Advice Torn From My Dying Lips
The Last Piece Of Career Advice Torn From My Dying Lips

Table of Contents1  2 Click Here to View Video 3  4 Join Martin every week to learn more about writing

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How Much Does A Professional Resume Writer Cost?
How Much Does A Professional Resume Writer Cost?

A resume is the critical marketing tool for any job search; it brands you, makes you visible to recruiters, and

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Friday’s 60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life
Friday’s 60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life

Friday’s  60 Second Resume TacticCore Competencies Follow your Performance Profile with a Core Competency section. This section will contain all

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60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life. Thursday
60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life. Thursday

Thursdays 60 Second Resume TacticGive Your Resume A Performance Profile Many resumes that mistakenly begin without a Target Job Title,

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60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life. Wednesday
60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life. Wednesday

Wednesdays 60 Second Resume TacticUse A Target Job Title On Your Resume 80% of resumes lack a target job title,

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60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life. Tuesday
60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life. Tuesday

Tuesdays  60 Second Resume TacticMake Your Resume Talk Like Your Customer We all know the customer comes first, that making

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60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life. Monday
60 Seconds To Change Your Resume and Your Life. Monday

Mondays 60 Second Resume TacticGive Your Resume Specific Focus No hiring manager or recruiter ever reads a resume. In fact

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Follow-Up & Thank You, Manners After a Job Interview
Follow-Up & Thank You, Manners After a Job Interview

A Knock em Dead Secrets & Strategies Facebook follower writes, “When writing a “Thank you for the interview letter” should

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How To Follow-Up After a Job Interview
How To Follow-Up After a Job Interview

A Knock em Dead follower writes, “I went on an interview this last Monday and I thought it went really

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The Business Card Resume
The Business Card Resume

A recent visitor to the Knock em Dead Secrets & Strategies page on Facebook wrote, “I have heard something about

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More On Social Networking
More On Social Networking

Social networking exploded on the Internet after the launch of a dating site called Friendster, and while this created many

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10 Important Networking Strategies
10 Important Networking Strategies

Productive networking is about getting the names of relevant people within your profession and having focused, productive conversations that generate

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The Summer After Graduation Is the Beginning of Your Life, Use It Well
The Summer After Graduation Is the Beginning of Your Life, Use It Well

With graduation, every student crosses that last bridge into adulthood and comes face-to-face with an uncaring world. All the support

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Education Pays
Education Pays

You can be successful without further education after high school. Example? Bill Gates walked out of Harvard. However, for most

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