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Getting the Job You Really Want
Getting the Job You Really Want
In today's job market the tendency to conduct Internet job searches is prevalent, though not as effective as person-to-person contact. Ginger Lange, associate director of Career Services, said this book offers down and dirty advice on elements of effective job searches, with a focus on result-oriented methods and tools. more info

Genre: Self-Help
Author: Michael Farr
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Recommendations: 2027
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How to Win Friends and Influence People
How to Win Friends and Influence People
This classic business book was written in 1936 and based on public speaking courses taught by Dale Carnegie. It's designed to help professionals improve their social and speaking skills. Wally Boeve, program director and associate professor of physician assistant studies, said the book was a great reminder to the importance of human relations in all that we do. more info

Genre: Self-Help
Author: Dale Carnegie
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Recommendations: 2016
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Sentipensante (Sensing/Thinking)
Sentipensante (Sensing/Thinking)
Chris Drewel, instructor in the Liberal Studies Department, said, "It is a wonderful book for those who are feeling their lives scattered into categories and labels and who are seeking a deeper way to create meaningful and intentional work." more info

Genre: Self-Help
Author: Laura I. Rendon
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Recommendations: 2025
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Style
Style
Monica Johnstone, CLAS director of communications and advancement, said her first edition (1895) is a favorite possession, yet this classic is still available in paperback. Raleigh places the study of literary style in its fullest context as he shines a blinding light on the actor, the architect, the politician and the sculptor.  more info

Genre: Self-Help
Author: Walter Raleigh
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Recommendations: 1840
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The Compound Effect
The Compound Effect
Linda Yuhas, director of compensation and employment services, recommends this book by the publisher of Success Magazine. It helps the reader understand the concept of compounding and how making small, seemingly insignificant choices everyday will determine the quality of your life and the level of success you'll experience in every area of your life, she said.  more info

Genre: Self-Help
Author: Darren Hardy
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Recommendations: 2006
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