It’s no secret the entry-level job market sucks right now. Knowing you’ll probably have to relocate to land the job you spent 4 (or more) years of college training for, I decided to write an e-book to help guide you.
The cost is $19.99. Considering the 40+ hours spent researching it, it’s well worth the price! (If you don’t see the Add to Cart button below, click on the cover image to the left.)
To view the table of contents and introduction for free, click here.
In addition to a $5 off coupon for the next e-book I write (a new one will be produced approximately every six weeks), purchasing this e-book today will guarantee you a copy of any future revisions. So, if a month from now there’s new information, you’ll receive an e-mail with the updated copy–for free!
Praise & Reviews
“In this current economic climate it’s not unusual for people from ANY generation to pursue job offers that require relocation. And Heather R. Huhman, founder and president of ComeRecommended.com (a popular job and career site for college students and entry-level job seekers), has written a terrific ebook for Millennials (Gen Y) on the ins and outs of relocating successfully for a job…I highly respect Heather and think her new ebook is something many will find very beneficial.” — Lisa Orrell, The Generation Relations Expert
“It’s too hot. It’s too cold. It’s too long of a commute. I need to be close to my boyfriend or girlfriend. I don’t like packing and unpacking. Just some of the many reasons I’ve heard undergrads and other entry-level job seekers give as to why they won’t relocate. And by doing so, it will come as no surprise, they drastically limit their options and chances for success. Heather Huhman’s new e-book, Relocating for an Entry-Level Job: Why You Probably Have to & How to Do It, provides a compelling case for why it could be in your best interest to move to find work and the tools you’ll need to land on your feet in a new city.” — Shawn Graham, Courting Your Career
“Heather Huhman’s exploration of the necessity and ability to relocate for an entry-level job is both interesting and insightful. Heather provides market, job and salary information for leading cities throughout the country and an easy-to-understand explanation regarding the relocation process complete with many links to help facilitate a move and job search. This is a must-read for recent grads exploring work in other cities!” — Debra Wheatman, CareersDoneWrite
“…while free rent in your parents basement can be alluring, closing yourself off to relocation could be trading long-term career growth and income for short-term convenience. This is why it’s a great time for a new e-book from Entry Level Career Expert Heather Huhman. Heather has turned her experiences from her own frenzied relocation post-college to her extensive experience in the work world and mentoring other young professionals into a great resource. Relocating [for an Entry Level Job: Why You Probably Have to and How to Do It] is a great high-level step-by-step guide to developing your career prospects in another city. From insight on choosing metropolitan areas to target, to the logistics of planning a move, to negotiating relocation reimbursement with your new employer, to a top 20 guide of cities to consider, the book provides a great perspective for those who haven’t previously considered the myriad aspects of relocation.” — Kristi Daeda, Career Adventure