101 Ways to Find Work …and Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Career!, 1st Edition

  • Charles Michael Austin
  • ISBN-10: 1305111362  |  ISBN-13: 9781305111363
  • 160 Pages
  • © 2015 | Published
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In today's business culture, the reality is that employees change jobs—frequently! Today's corporations focus on pleasing shareholders and managing costs, resulting in a workforce that's shifting significantly, moving many savvy professionals to seize the benefits of the evolving career culture by working as freelancers, consultants, or independent contractors. In 101 WAYS TO FIND WORK, career-development specialist Charles Michael Austin offers a common sense, practical approach to succeeding in the twenty-first century work world. You'll learn the strategies you need to define your career goals, find the work you want, and develop a game plan to keep finding work for the rest of your career.

Features and Benefits

  • Helps readers identify their career passions.
  • Covers networking, the key to finding opportunities.
  • Includes tips on budgeting and negotiating.

Table of Contents

1. The New World of Work.
2. Identifying Your Passion.
3. The Employer's Perspective.
4. Communication.
5. Networking.
6. Budgeting.
7. Negotiating.


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Meet the Author

Author Bio

Charles Michael Austin

A specialist in career development, Charles Michael Austin counsels private clients and has presented papers on career development to the National Association of Women MBAs, the Association for Business Communication, the National Council for Workforce Education, the Society of Educators and Scholars, and the International College Teaching and Learning Conference. He has taught business and communication courses at institutions of higher learning in southern California since 1998 and holds a doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology.