How To Get The Job | Book Review

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Book Title:      How-To-Get-The-Job.com (Without Looking Online To Find It)

Author:            Kevin Katian

Kevin starts his book out in a unique way by saying, “In a word, it sucks! All of it! The economy sucks! Being unemployed sucks! And having to look online for a job REALLY sucks!” It’s a unique way to start off a book, but it’s the truth there is nothing fun about any of it, it “sucks”.

How To Get The Job makes you smile! Kevin speaks the truth in his book but there are some parts that just make you smile such as, “Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think the CEO of Ford Motors found his job on Monster.com. Didn’t see that job posting for President of Harvard on Careerbuilder.com.”  I find his writing style unique and fun!  It takes something that, “sucks” and at least puts a bit of a smile on your face.

I will share one more part that really made me grin from ear to ear.  Kevin writes, “I just found a position for a Carpet Cleaner that pays $10 an hour, Interested? If so, please spend 2 hours filling out an online application and then send it out to the black hold of nothingness and listen closely as your self-esteem crushes to the ground.”  Again, so true if you have ever filled out an online application for a job that you never hear back from. It’s kind of like where socks go, this secret sock meeting place that happens somewhere that is unknown to us humans, lol!  Maybe these online applications have found the sock’s secret hideout, lol.  Alright, back on track now! Focus, Jenn!

If you are sick of searching for jobs online, be sure to check out this book.  It’s fun and really guides your through some awesome job seeking steps.  The steps that don’t involve your applications getting lost in this famous black hole.

Kevin helps you find alternative ways to land better jobs, better paying jobs!  His book is true, focuses on the facts that many of us miss while job searching.  I am guilty of this, looking for a job online!  Saying how I looked everywhere, humm not really I never got off my butt and looked.  I was looking the in comfort of my own home, pretty sure I am not going to be a lucky person that is able to work from the comfort of my own home.

I really enjoyed reading How To Get The Job! Kevin not only helps you understand the logic behind job searching, the most effective way to find a job, and how to find a job.  His writing style is super fun, its worth reading even if you are not looking for a job!  Kevin, made me laugh on just about every page with his wonderful writing style.

Kevin did make me smile through the whole book, but he also made me feel better about job searching.  He helps you understand what to do and why online job searching isn’t the best way solution. His book is very helpful and inspiring because of his wonderful writing style. I found value in the book as well as had a wonderful time reading it.

How to Get The Job is a wonderful read, if you are having problems finding a job or just want a wonderful book to read at an affordable price, I suggest this book.

How to Get The Job is only $14.95 and also offers a 90 day money back guarantee. If you are interested in purchasing your own copy of is awesome book you may do so HERE 

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  1. maddie K says

    I am not an avid reader. Occasionally I will grab a book, but I just never seem to be still enough or long enough to read anymore. Having said that this book does sound like one I should not only get, but read. I probably could use the laugh, the self esteem boost and the help.
    Thanks!

  2. Eileen says

    Don’t you know? Trolls take the socks and they ALSO fill the DIRTY laundry basket up immediately after you are done with the laundry, and THEN they do the same with the dishes!

    • says

      So sad but true so could I… Not many jobs out there that are worth much, I am thankful I have not left mine yet. I want to so bad but that scares me, makes it hard when you have children too.