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These superbly researched job hunting manuals will save you a lot of time, money and frustration. They quickly identify the most prominent employers in the metropolitan areas for which they are written, and provide a wealth of helpful information no matter whether you are a longtime resident of Florida, or just thinking about relocating to the Sunshine State. The manuals average 290 to 350 pages each, and are high-quality trade paperbacks with clear acetate covers for durability. Each manual retails at book stores for $19.95, but if you order one through this web site, the price is only $15.95 each, and can be mailed to you by Fourth Class Book Rate for only $1.58 additional. Priority (2 day) mailing is available for $3.20. Books are mailed the same day the order is placed.
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HOW TO FIND A JOB IN JACKSONVILLE
If you are looking for career opportunities on Florida's First Coast, How to Find a Job in Jacksonville is your best one-stop resource. Compiled by Florida's most prominent career counselor/coach, it contains the essential information for conducting a successful job hunt and landing a quality job in northeast Florida.
The author has done most of the homework for you, gathering a wide range of information and resources to make your search easy, efficient and successful. Profiles on more than 2,500 of the 4-county Jacksonville area's top employers provide basic contact information including address and telephone number, as well as the number of employees and the SIC industry code. The databases also serve as "gateways" to locating competitors and allied industries for expanding a job hunter's contact list.
Individual chapters provide specialized employer databases for the healthcare and manufacturing industries. Over 300 prominent manufacturers and more than 280 healthcare employers such as hospitals, critical care and nursing homes are featured. The databases alone would cost hundreds of dollars if compiled by an individual.
The book also presents a number of other valuable resources for making direct contact with currently vacant jobs. For instance, there are over 50 job line numbers belonging to the area's major employers which at any given time will have 500-700 jobs posted. These tend to be some of the best jobs in the area. There are also contact telephone numbers and addresses for state and federal job boards and the WorkForce Florida program.
HOW TO FIND A JOB IN MIAMI
Miami is Florida's most populous city, home to the Caribbean cruise boat fleet, international front door by air and sea to business and pleasure in the Bahamas, Mexico, Puerto Rico, all of Central and South America and the Caribbean islands, and a terrific place to live and work. One of the most culturally- diverse cities in the United States, the business world of Miami stretches well past the mere city limits. Dozens upon dozens of surrounding communities north, south and west of Miami provide the hundreds of thousands of workers that make the city tick. And many of these satellite communities are also home to some of the area's most prestigious employers
How to Find a Job in Miami provides contact information profiles on more than 3,000 employers within the Miami metro-area's business community. The main database can also be used as a "gateway" to easily double that figure. Miami has the largest manufacturing community in the state of Florida, and over 900 of the most prominent manufacturers are featured in the book, along with hundreds of others employers in hospitality, healthcare, banking, insurance and other business services industries.
How to Find a Job in Miami is a hands-on, practical manual for anyone looking for a higher-paying career in south Florida. It will save any job hunter hundreds of hours of researching and networking to identify where the best jobs are and where the hiring is going on. The book's employer database alone would cost more than $500 if a single individual paid to have it assembled.
HOW TO FIND A JOB IN ORLANDO
Orlando is much more than the hometown of Disney World and its 40,000+ employees. The hospitality and conferencing industries also carry a lot of weight in Orlando, and Orlando's metro area of Orange, Ocala, Lake and Seminole counties has over 450 top-notch manufacturers, many of them involved in high-tech, cutting edge technology. Profiles of these quality employers are presented in the book including their SIC industry codes and all the information you need to make direct contact with them. And almost 200 of the larger healthcare facilities in the Orlando area are presented in the Orlando book as well, ranging from kidney dialysis centers and surgical hospitals, to skilled nursing facilities and outpatient clinics.
How to Find a Job in Orlando presents contact information on more that 1,700 of the area's largest and most industry-prominent employers. This is where the higher-paying jobs are to be found. There are also over 60 job line numbers belonging to the 4-county area's major employers, and on any given day, 500 or more quality vacant jobs are being announced, complete with how to make contact and apply for a listed job.
The book also provides a wide variety of other job search information that is invaluable to anyone looking for a high quality job in the Orlando area. Topics include locating state and federal job vacancies, using the Orange County Library's EBSCOhost feature on-line, and how to use research tools like Business NewsBank Plus, Dun's Microcosm, and Infotrac to give focus to a successful job hunt.
HOW TO FIND A JOB IN THE TAMPA BAY AREA
Central Florida in general, and the Tampa Bay area in particular, constitute one of the fastest-growing areas in the entire United States. No wonder: the weather is sub-tropically beautiful, the lovely Gulf of Mexico beckons, the international maritime port is bustling, and the local economy is thriving. How to Find a Job in the Tampa Bay Area provides profiles on almost 3,000 top-quality employers in the 5-county area that includes the counties of Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas and Sarasota. Each employer is identified with its local address, Zip Code, telephone number, number of employees, and the company's Department of Labor SIC industry code. Over 720 of the largest employers, each employing at least 100 employees, and 870 top manufacturers are featured along with almost 500 healthcare employers.
Hot job line numbers, more than 70 of them, provide direct contact with hundreds of current job vacancies with the best employers. And the book has many additional chapters providing information on seeking federal and state employment, writing résumés and cover letters, and how to conduct successful job hunting strategies.