The Proven, Professional Resume and Job Search Guide for Executives in the 100K and Above Salary Range This new, expanded edition of a classic bestseller supplements veteran career advisor William Montag's years of experience with the powerful online resources of CareerJournal.com, The Wall Street Journal's own career Web site. Let this handy resource be your own professional executive coach with up-to-the-minute advice on how to land your ideal executive job using proven high-visibility marketing techniques. The top-notch, real-world resume and cover letter samples inside will help you launch your search with the same competitive edge held by the top-level clients of Montag Associates. You'll learn how critical self-marketing is to your success and how to maximize your marketability by pairing the perfect cover letter with the right resume for any job opportunity. By combining the author's power packaging and patented Expansionist Theory(TM) methods with 24/7 online job search strategies you can outmarket, outsmart, and outclass the competition.
Put your executive job search on the fast track with: All the marketing techniques and online skills of professional executive career coaches Up-to-date listings of the best career and job search sites on the Internet Sample resumes accompanied by their own specially designed cover letters Frequently asked questions and market-tested answers Top ten rules for the twenty-first-century job market
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Author Biography - William E. Montag
WILLIAM E. MONTAG is the founder and President of Montag Associates, an executive career consulting and outplacement firm in Stamford, Connecticut. He has more than twenty years of experience as an executive career advisor, professional writer, and Fortune 500 manager with such blue-chip companies as Xerox and Exxon.