Wondering how to navigate the new economy? Ask Anne Fisher for the latest directions to a challenging, rewarding career. Every month, hundreds of thousands of Fortune magazine readers turn to Anne Fisher's "Ask Annie" column for up-to-the-minute career advice. Now she can help you -- whether you're new to the job search or on your way to the top of the ladder.
Sassy, engaging, and witty, Fisher has first-rate tips on:
- What to do after graduation
- How to move your career ahead
- Dealing with toxic colleagues
- Failing or being fired -- and how to bounce back
- And more!
No matter where you are in your career now, Fisher's astute advice and fresh, often surprising insights can help get you where you want to go.
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Anne Fisher is the author of Wall Street Woman and has written for Inc., Ms., The New York Times, and Barron's. Her column, "Ask Annie," appears biweekly in Fortune. She lives in New York City.From Library Journal:
Fisher (Wall Street Women) is a career advice columnist for Fortune magazine who also maintains a popular web site, www.askannie.com. Like Fisher's columns, this book is written for college graduates who are on the corporate executive track. Within this context, Fisher's book covers a wide variety of topics, as the titles of the various chapters indicate (e.g., "So You've Graduated from College. Now All You Need Is...More Advice?"; "Now That You're the Boss"). Fisher frequently cites the readers of her column by reproducing, as sidebars, the questions that they have posed and her responses. Her advice is honest, balanced, and diplomatic throughout, particularly in the section on online job hunting and in the chapter on how to cope with difficult bosses and co-workers. Many readers will appreciate her advice on cubicle etiquette ("Pretend you overhear nothing, ever, in a cubicle or anywhere else"). Fisher's references to dotcoms and the ongoing labor shortage make the book current but may also date it rather quickly; however, the extensive appendix, which lists the print resources to which she refers and annotates the electronic ones, is valuable in and of itself. Suitable for career collections in public and academic libraries but also for career counseling centers. Cheryl Van Til, Kent Dist. Lib., Grand Rapids, MI
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