5 best Jobs & Career Titles: Turn your job interview into an offer

0 Posted by - February 25, 2014 - Non-Fiction, Self Help

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1. Cracking the Coding Interview: 150 Programming Questions and Solutions by Gayle Laakmann McDowell










It’s a must read book for all engineers looking for work. This book explains how to answers coding/behavioural questions. It provides a full insight on how big companies such as apple, amazon, google interview candidates and what kind of questions they ask and how to answer them. Even if you’re not looking for a job right now, you can benefit a lot from the technical help this book provides you.

2. Resumes For Dummies by Joyce Lain Kennedy









Resume for Dummies will help you get started with a resume. You’ll find lots of examples and the keywords to use in a resume. This is one of the best books on crafting resumes that can get recruiter’s attention to your resume.

3.      Principles And Practices Of Banking (For JAIIB Examinations) by Indian Institute Of Banking & Finance(IIBF)










This preparation book is written in a lucid style. Though it is supposed to serve students preparing for JAIIB exam, even those who consider themselves seasoned bankers would benefit from this great refresher course.

4. Google Resume by Gayle Laakmann McDowell










This book provides an insight into the corporate resume filtering, referrals and cover-letters for software engineering positions.

Well written in a clear language with numerous examples, the quick job search tips provided at the end of the book add to the value of the book. It will help you write a targeted resume for specific positions you apply for. Gayle further explains how to create powerful cover letters that sell your skills and qualifications and help you use your resume to help build your confidence in preparation for the interview.

5. Back of the Napkin: Solving problems and selling ideas with pictures by Dan Roam








If you have any desire to be a better problem solver or a better communicator, you should pick this book. Stylistically, the author writes as if he is speaking and tells you to look at situations in terms of who, what, where, when, how, why, and how much. Once you’re aware of the important quantities, you turn to which aspect of your presentation will be most useful (SQVID: Simple vs. elaborate; Qualitative vs. quantitative; Vision vs. execution; Individual vs. compare; Difference (change) vs. as-is).

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