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How to Go to Work is a practical guide to equip you with everything you need to know to choose and achieve the career you want.
The world of work is changing faster than ever before and it can feel overwhelmingly competitive out there.
That's why Lucy Clayton, a founding CEO, and Steve Haines, an education policy advisor, have compiled and distilled the most valuable advice you can get on how to jumpstart your career and shortcut the competition.
They have interviewed successful people from across all industries to help you:
-Find the right work experience and internships to get you through the door
-Present your best self online and in person
-Ace applications and interviews
-Gain confidence, authority and resilience
-Navigate the ups and downs of starting your first job
How to go to Work will equip you with the skills you need to thrive in whatever job or career you choose.
© Lucy Clayton 2020 (P) Penguin Audio 2020
The way work... works is rapidly changing. This book is the resilience you need to adapt and thrive as you enter the workplace
A vital book to anyone trying to get their head round the challenges or work. Deadly serious advice delivered in a style that is never deadly serious. An important but entertaining read
Full of invaluable advice for those at the start of their career
Solid, practical advice on everything from resumes to testing to working for a bad boss, interning, making an impression and building a network of allies that can sustain you throughout your career. Fresh, lively and invaluable. Plus it's fun to read!
Crucial insider information to help you quick-start a successful career
This book is essential for a generation of talent who aren't equipped with what it means to start employment. It's delivered with sophistication and humour. A must read
This insightful and amusing tome will have you running to work, gleefully, in the correct trousers
Everything a young job seeker needs in one place - an essential resource
A refreshing take on career guidance
I wish I'd had this resource when I was growing up and starting work