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But the angle of this book is that it's pitched at students currently in a master of library science programme or an equivalent, as well as recent graduates. This is a good thing, as most graduates have little experience in applying for jobs in the academic sector and they are not prepared for the gruelling cycle of job searching, interviews, and job offers and negotiation. The authors, Priscilla Shontz and Richard Murray , are very well qualified and experienced to write in this field, as they are both editors of LIScareer , a publication of articles written by library practitioners covering a wide variety of career-development topics.

Part of their research for the book involved asking employers what they look for in an ideal employee, as well as gathering advice from recruiters, library professionals and recent library - science graduates.

The book is divided into two main sections. It also offers insights into what appeals to and turns off potential employers during the interview process. The book is written in a casual, easy style with language that appeals to its audience — tertiary students anticipating the next big step outside the known world of study and structure.

The book has many practical real-life examples based on the authors' 30 years of experience.

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For students coming to the end of their formal studies and starting to think about the next step into the working world, this guide can help them focus on strategies and goals towards landing that ideal job. I find this book to be very relevant to its audience. It contains much detailed information and advice about each step in the job - search process and is written in an encouraging, positive style.

I certainly recommend that university libraries have it in their collections, as the principles apply across disciplines, and all graduates will find it useful in their job searching.

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