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Liberal Arts Advantage

by Greg Giangrande

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780380795673

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Synopsis of Liberal Arts Advantage

Graduating in liberal arts? You're better prepared for the job market than you may realize. Corporations today are looking for employees who can see the big picture, whose broad field of study has trained them to understand and think critically about people, cultures and society. In short, liberal arts majors!

Now, human resources expert Gregory Giangrande takes you to the other side of the interviewer's desk and reveals insider tips and techniques, especially for liberal arts majors, that really make interviewers sit up and take notice. Here's how to find the right company, create the perfect resume, land a hard to-get interview, make the most of that all-important meeting, and lots more.

THE LIBERAL ARTS ADVANTAGE gives you An insiders' look At specific opportunities for liberal arts graduates in publishing, broadcasting, journalism, advertising, and other industries and shows you how to target your job search for the exact career that's right for you. What kinds of positions are available in a particular business? What can you expect to earn? What about the corporate culture, the typical work week, the prospects for advancement? Get all the answers, learn all the strategies, and much much more in the one book no liberal arts major can afford to be without!


About the Author, Greg Giangrande

Gregory Giangrande is the Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for HarperCollins Publishers worldwide. He has more than 18 years of Human Resources experience, and previously held senior HR positions at Hearst, Conde Nast Publications, the National Basketball Association, and Random House, Inc.

Gregory writes a weekly career-advice column called "Go to Greg" in the New York Post, and he is a regular contributor as an employment expert on the Fox Television show Good Day New York. He holds a BA in Journalism and an MA in Communications, both from New York University, an Advanced Certification in Employment Law.

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