Thanks to ever-morphing communication technologies, relentless globalisation, and skittish market conditions, the job-hunting game has become more like a war of attrition. And in such wars, guerrilla warfare achieves tactical and strategic goals. Hence, low-intensity-conflict adaptability is crucial, or so maintain authors Jay Conrad Levinson and David E. Perry.
Thanks to the ever-changing business world, the book's two predecessors are now slightly out of date. And in this paradigm, datedness is the kiss of death. The next edition will likely be out fairly soon, but for now, this version provides enough ammunition for the lost guerrilla trying to relocate his office base camp. Still, it's a jungle out there, and only the toughest survive, as the authors remind us - by quoting Charles Darwin in one of their more dumbed-down moments.
Here, you'll discover all the usual - and some novel - techniques to reach hiring managers at your dream employers. There are case studies from successful "guerrilla job-hunters" that showcase what works in today's hyper-competitive job market.
One wonders though, are these real people? Some of these over-assertive alpha males would undoubtedly be told