What Do Employers Want?

What Do Employers Want?

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While library schools provide graduates with a solid understanding of library science concepts, many diploma holders have no clear plan for finding a desirable job with their knowledge The information in qWhat Do Employers Want? A Guide for Library Science Studentsq will be extremely valuable for students currently in Masters of Library Science program as well as recent recipients of MLS degrees, regardless of what kind of work environment they wish to work in. The book guides readers through the process of planning a job search step-by-step. Divided into two major sections--the student experience and the job search--the authors provide critical advice derived from their combined 30 years of real-world, in-the-field experience. Specific topics include choosing classes, gaining practical experience while in school, establishing a professional image, gaining skills that make applicants more marketable, writing effective resumes and cover letters, interviewing, and negotiating a job offer.A Guide for Library Science Students Priscilla K. Shontz, Richard Allen Murray ... A cover letter with errors tells potential employers one of two things: either you arena#39;t able to communicate effectively in writing, or youa#39;re careless. ... For a cover letter for an entry-level position, you should aim for a page to a page and a half.

Title:What Do Employers Want?
Author: Priscilla K. Shontz, Richard Allen Murray
Publisher:ABC-CLIO - 2012

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