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I’m Nick Corcodilos, author of the bestselling Ask The Headhunter: Reinventing The Interview to Win The Job (no longer in print) — I’m a headhunter and management consultant and I’m here to help you. Check out my newest books, available as PDF downloads:
Since 1995, I’ve been here, online, revealing the fallacies that conspire to keep talented workers and good employers apart — and openly sharing the headhunter’s sound, profitable methods for getting them together.
Forget luck. Forget what “human resources experts” have taught you. It’s all bureaucratic bunk. No one wins (or fills) a job by following “the steps” dictated by America’s defunct Employment System. Today, job hunters succeed by beating the System: by knowing how to handle the daunting make-or-break challenges they encounter, thereby standing out from their competition.
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