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Sunday, January 11, 2015

Jeff Percival's Job Search Survival Kit

Jeffrey Percival
(414) 322–2001



MILWAUKEE, WI, October 17, 2014

While a resume and pre-approach letter are critical to the application process, Jeff Percival will tell you that finding employment and surviving the job search process is much more involved.

Unlike the many employment books that focus on the resumes, letters of introduction and interviewing, this eworkbook directs the candidate’s focus to the five main elements (Shelter, Fire, Nutrition, Attention and Direction) used to create a survival kit. This helps candidates to deal with all the additional things that come into their lives while they are doing their job search.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that there are 13,000,000 unemployed workers in the United States. It is also noted that there is an equal number of workers who are either underemployed or have given up their search.
Through his workbook, Percival shows us that we are our own guides when it comes to obtaining desired employment; it is about attitude, action and focus. This Job Search Survival Kit provides proven exercises outlining how to find shelter, maintain daily nutrition, attract attention from the right people and keep your fire (of desire) burning while moving in the right direction. Many of these exercises have proven themselves throughout the years.
 Job Search Survival Kit is also important for individuals who are currently unsatisfied with their positions.
Jeff Percival has been assisting job seekers for over 25 years. He has spoken at 40 plus of SE WI, Crossroads, PONG, and other support programs for unemployed workers throughout Wisconsin. Personally, Percival has also facilitated 20 Master Mind job networking groups using his book, 8 Weeks to Successful Employment, with a 90+% success rate. Percival has also authored “Your Combination for Success” and co-authored “Work Makes Me Sick! (Prescribe Something Quick!)”
Jeffrey Percival, with 30 years of experience as a Job Coach, is proud to announce his new ebook, “Job Search Survival Kit”.

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