Al “The Hired Guy” Smith Tells How He Rebounded From a Job Loss

What qualifies Al “The Hired Guy” Smith to give advice to people who have lost their jobs? Because he went through the same demoralizing experience himself, as he relates dramatically in the above interview. Watch now!

Also, in Al’s appearance on my weekly “Biz Communication Show” he shared his expertise about:

–why your skills could be transferrable to another job
–dealing with an employer’s subtle age discrimination
–turning the job interview into a lively conversation
–overcoming your fear that you will not find work again

A widely recognized authority on job seeking and getting promoted, Al has written two books. Read reviews on Amazon of his latest:

HIRED! Every Employment Method

Listen attentively when Al gives his contact information at the end of this highly informative interview.

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