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If you have ever applied for work and then: – Never heard back – Were told that you were not qualified, even though you thought you were a shoo-in – Took the phone interview and then got turned down – Interviewed in person and did not get hired – Were told you would be hired but never got the job This is how to find out what went wrong. You may have failed to get past the recruiter — the “idiot gatekeeper” who stands in your way, defying your worst e… More >>

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  • Mark E. Gardiner

    Teller is aptly named, as this is the ultimate kiss-and-tell. It’s also a great ‘field guide’ to the many of the various animals in the corporate jungle and a ‘racing form’ for the rat race! If you’re in the corporate — particularly high tech — workforce you can read it for wry entertainment. You’ll recognize many of the types you’re forced to deal with every day. If you’re applying for a job… well, let’s just say that if you still _want_ a job after reading this it provides all the advice your guidance counselor or outplacement specialist were afraid to give you.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • M. Pinizzotto

    Anyone who has ever worked in corporate America should read this book. It’s a tale of one man’s struggle to survive. If there was a “Survivor- Corporate”, I’d like to see Mark Teller compete…no doubt he’d be the winner! The sad thing is that that he (and so many others) are forced to play this crazy game with real life consequences (and no script – reality, shcmeality).

    This book is hilarious, a fast and informative read, and a must for anyone who’s out there in the concrete jungle.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • Catherine Seward

    Having worked in the HR field for over 20 years with several years as a recruiter, it was intersting to read the trials and tribulations from someone “on the other side”. I found Marks perspective insightful and found the book a compelling easy read that I didn’t want to put down until I was able to learn his final success.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • DShelton

    Buy it, read it, follow it! Author Mark Teller delivers a one-two knock out punch with this painfully honest and oh so timely sojourn into the world of employment and unemployment. Mr. Teller dares not bore his readers with political correctness, but instead provides a passionate, no holds barred voice for everything we have wanted to say to Corporate America, especially now. Not usually one to sail through an entire book in one sitting, I dropped anchor and in the wee hours, turned the last page of this easy to read, entertaining and informative jounalistic delight!

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    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • Birgit F. Rickert

    I don’t know what I was expecting when I ordered this book. What I most certainly did not expect was that I literally could not put it down, and the wealth of information I gleaned from it! Not written for the faint of heart (due to some strong language) the Author’s ability to engage and keep me captivated on a subject that has become the pain of my existence–finding employment–is uncanny. I dare say, this book describes why so many people opt for self-employment.

    Anyone that has ever had to find a new job will relate to the author’s gripping tale of going from welfare to earning $8,100 a week in 18 short months without the benefit of prior job history, references or a resume. Along the way you will become aware of the shortcomings and idiosyncrasies we all know exist (but nobody talks about) of the hiring practices of businesses and the job placement industries. I learned more from this easy to read book than I learned from any other job search related book on my bookshelf. I would highly recommend it to anyone that is wondering why he/she can’t seem to get hired or is embarking on a job search journey.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • Tillie Fuhrmeister

    The root of your writing whilst sounding reasonable at first, did not really sit properly with me after some time. Someplace within the sentences you managed to make me a believer but just for a while. I still have a problem with your leaps in assumptions and one would do well to help fill in all those gaps. In the event that you actually can accomplish that, I would certainly end up being amazed.

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