The Academic Job Search Handbook
Mary Morris Heiberger and Julia Miller Vick
Philadelphia, PA: University Of Pennsylvania Press 2001
This is a comprehensive resource which starts with information on the structure of academic careers, the hiring process, and planning your job search. It deals extensively with vitae including a discerning gem of advice to tailor your vita to each position for which you apply. There are also chapters on interviewing, accepting/rejecting job offers, and additional guidance for special situations such as dual career couples, foreign nationals, etc.
Todd Wehr Library Call #: LB 2331 H465a 2001 / ISBN: 0812217780
Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In (3rd Edition)
Roger Fisher, William Ury, and Bruce Patton
New York, NY: Penguin Books 2011
A straightforward strategy for negotiating personal and professional issues. Special attention should be paid to the concept of developing options which provide gain for both parties. Updated and revised.
The Job-Hunter’s Survival Guide: How to Find Hope and Rewarding Work, Even When “There Are No Jobs”
Richard N. Bolles (Author of What Color is Your Parachute)
Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press 2010
Just the bare-bones essentials of what you need to know for successful job-hunting, especially in a challenging economy.
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Resumes that Knock 'em Dead
Avon, Massachusetts: Adams Media Corporation 1993
Everything you need to know to create an effective resume.
Todd Wehr Library Call #: HF 5383 Y31r 2003 / ISBN: 1580627943
Sweaty Palms: The Neglected Art of Being Interviewed
H. Anthony Medley
Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press
In addition to standard advice on preparation (page 17), table manners (page 90), and appropriate dress (page 132), Appendix A contains three lists of commonly asked interview questions. Using these in mock interviews should help you prepare and reduce the likelihood that you'll be caught off-guard in an actual interview.
Todd Wehr Library Call #: HF 5549.5 M491s 2005 / ISBN: 0898154030
The Unwritten Rules of the Highly Effective Job Search
New York, NY: McGraw-Hill 2006
A systematic, step-by-step, project management approach to the job search process that has been developed and used by professional job search consultants. It includes comprehensive help in all phases of the search beginning with preparation and planning, getting moving, tracking progress and adjusting the plan, through interviewing and starting the new job.
Todd Wehr Library Call #: / ISBN-13: 9780071464048