“Be The Captain Of Your Career” Released

captain-career-bookHave you ever had  a job interview that you were convinced you’d aced, then found out the job was given to another candidate? Have you ever submitted your resume for a job that seems to fit you to a T, and then waited to hear back… and waited… and waited?

Do you ever feel that there’s nothing you can do to control how and where you get a job, except depend on “luck”?

It isn’t luck, or chance, or the alignment of stars that controls you employment future. It’s knowing what the variables are in hiring, and knowing how to successfully control and influence those variables to your favor.

Be the Captain of Your Career, a new book by Jack Molisani, is based on 15 years of watching job hunters make the same mistakes and coaching them on how to remedy. The book is available as a 6ʺ x 9ʺ trade paperback ($15.95), and in digital format (Kindle $8.49, and iTunes$9.99).

“In this straight-talking, insightful book, Jack tells you what you need to do to create a career that you love. His wisdom, gained from years as a top recruiter, will guide you in a positive, clear direction. Whether you are a new job seeker or an experienced candidate, I highly recommend Jack’s book to steer your career the right way.”

– Pamela Paterson, author of
Get the Job: Optimize Your Resume for the Online Job Search


“If you want to know how to get the job of your dreams and succeed in your chosen career, look no further than this book. Molisani has written a terrific, no-nonsense guide full of great advice and smart tips on just what you need to do, from resumes, to interviewing, to landing and succeeding in that great job. Filled with entertaining stories, it’s a fun read, too. Bravo!”

Chellie Campbell, author of The Wealthy Spirit

Also follow Jack on Twitter @BeTheCaptain.

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