How to Find a Job

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With the constant change in the way we exchange information and conduct business today it is hard to keep up with all the new tricks to finding jobs. From massive job sites such as Monster and other electronic job bulletin boards, to social media, the landscape of finding a job is continually evolving. Even with this, the simple basic rules still apply and must be followed. More

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About Larry B. Gray

I grew up in Eastern North Carolina in the small rural town of Aurora. My early years were spent working on my grandparents' tobacco farm and exploring my world of family, friends and school.

After marrying my high school sweetheart in 1972, I moved to Lakeland, Florida where I spent my adult years raising a beautiful family and working in the citrus industry with over 39 years of manufacturing management experience, selling real estate and being a writer wannabe, all at the same time.

In my spare time I attended and graduated from Florida Southern College while working full time and starting a family.

I am still married to my high school sweetheart and have 3 beautiful children and two wonderful grandchildren.

Life is not always easy but in the scheme of things it is fun and gets better everyday. Come join me on this great adventure, remembering the past and building the future.

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W. Blake Heitzman reviewed on on Feb. 22, 2013

You can spend more money, but this little book has the information you need.
Larry Gray's "How to Find a Job" is a must read for all college seniors, as well as, professionals who seek new employment. College students, even those who are majoring in technical professions, seldom are instructed in job search tactics. In today's world, the serious job seeker cannot leave their job application to happenstance. There are too many others competing for your job, and it's too easy to be overlooked; or worse, tossed aside for unprofessional or sloppy practices.
I divide Larry's book into three keys parts: prior to the interview, the interview, and post interview. All are important, but getting the interview is probably the most challenging for most people. When you finally land the interview that you worked so hard to get, you certainly want to make the most of your chance to land the job. Follow Larry's suggestions. I assure you they have worked for people I have hired, and friends who I have helped prep for their interviews. Often there are two or more candidates that are in the running after the interviews. Use Larry's follow up advice and swing the decision in your favor.
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Brenda J Wood reviewed on on June 11, 2012

Need a JOb? Let that be your job--Getting one--says Larry B Gray who offers the best advice in its simplest form. I've read many a 300 page text on these topics and they don't give up nearly the amount of simple, clear advice that Gray offers in these short works. They are a quick read and offer easy, tangible ways to deal with employees, write a speech or find a job. Well worth the price of the texts.Brenda J Wood-author of Meeting Myself, Snippets of a Binging and Bulging Mind
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