A small sampling of what job seekers and top career experts say about our books. Additional reviews appear on the web page for each book we publish.
First review of :
From Making a Profit to Making a Difference: How to Launch Your New Career in Nonprofits
From Making A Profit To Making A Difference: How To Launch Your New Career in Nonprofits is a superb instruction guide showing how nonprofit leaders think and hire (it’s a whole different mind set than in the for–profit business world!); how to use “strategic volunteerism” with a nonprofit organization to build a job–seeking network; how to adapt a business resume and cover letter to work with nonprofits; and how to negotiate a salary/benefits package. Author Richard King also helps his readers identify the types of nonprofit work that will best appeal to them and which kinds of nonprofits or charities fit them best. Highly recommended, essential reading for anyone seeking a job or career in the nonprofit corporation field. From Making a Profit To Making a Difference is enhanced with directories of recruiters for nonprofits as well as a thorough listing of nonprofit organizations.”
— Midwest Book Review, July 2000
Reviews of the:
Professional's Job Finder
Government Job Finder
NonProfits & Education Job Finder
The most respected, sought after, and reliable reference series in the field of employment procurement.
The Bookwatch (Midwest Book Review)
A real powerhouse for job leads
dynamite job hunting tool.
Joyce Lain Kenndy, nationally syndicated career columnist and author of Interviews for Dummies, Resumes for Dummies, and Cover Letter for Dummies
Essential for every job search
the best there are”
Martin Yate, author of Knock Em Dead: The Ultimate JobSeeker's Handbook, CareerSmarts, Resumes That Knock Em Dead
Richard Bolles in What Color is Your Parachute?
Every job seeker should get the Professional's Job Finder. I like that the job sources are verified
easy to read and well organized. The Job Finders are some of the best and most complete career books.
Jane Hill, The Impact Group
Nobody seems to put as much into career books as Daniel Lauber. His contain thousands of useful facts, leads to employment resources, references to additional information, and far more. Invaluable for job seekers.
jammed packed with useful resources
Career Opportunities News
The most complete inventory for identifying job opportunities.
Journal of the American Planning Association
Great resource! The book gave me lots of ideas and pushed me to be more productive.
Sheryl Kaplan, successful user of the Job Finders
Thanks for a great nationwide resource for job leads.
P. Klein, successful user of the Job Finders
The 1997 Professional's Job Finder received the Best Makeover Award from the MidAmerica Publishers Association. Syndicated career columnist Joyce Lain Kennedy named the book one of the Top 10 Career Books of 1997.
The 1994 edition of the NonProfits Job Finder received a Pewter award from the Gold Ink Awards sponsored by Publishing and Production Executive Magazine.
The 1994 edition of the Government Job Finder won the coveted Benjamin Franklin Award for best Redesign from the Publishers Marketing Association.
The Job Finder books have been recommended and praised in over 20 other top career books.
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