In the above book Paolo Gallo gives up-to-date tactics for finding a job on your terms.
He is Italian–which is inspiring to me as my heritage is Italian too.
The prime benefit of reading this book is knowing what questions to ask on a job interview. Gallo like Laurie Ruettiman in her book I reviewed too thinks you don’t have to wind up in a truly atrocious work environment.
By grilling the interviewer with poise you’ll be better able to uncover the true relationship dynamics on a future job.
I’ll end here with this quick and easy tip: Google “interview questions to ask employer.” You’ll find loads of probing questions to ask so that you can arm yourself with vital information.
The 1990s are gone. Heck we won’t see the early 2000s again either.
Today searching for a job and going on interviews is a different game. To level the playing field so you can achieve a “work-life balance” I’ll offer ideas in the coming blog entries.