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About The Book

The concept of work-life balance continues to elude our society as thousands of workers complain of 'living to work' instead of 'working to live.' It's no secret that career satisfaction eludes much of the American working population, but what's worse is the lack of resources and coaching to help today's employee find the career satisfaction they seek. In this innovative, step-by-step guide, workplace expert, professional development specialist, and nationally syndicated career advice columnist J.T. O'Donnell unlocks the secrets to working smarter when it comes to creating a career you can get excited about.  

About The Author

J.T. O'Donnell started CAREEREALISM, a career advice site, in January 2009. Now, it's a top five career blog with more than 1M+ monthly visitors, 250K+ social media followers, and 78K+ daily email subscribers. She is also the co-writer of largest nationally syndicated career advice column, "J.T. & Dale Talk Jobs," which appears in more than 130 US papers weekly and reaches 6M households. Visit her at jtodonnell.com.

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