About Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters

Guerrilla Marketing For Job Hunters 3.0 is the #1 best selling job search book of all time, containing some of the most innovative job search tactics.

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Meet David Perry

A well-known name in executive search circles, David has personally closed more than 1000+ searches with a 99.7% success rate, and negotiated in excess of $200M in salaries.

His creative recruiting principles lead to him being nicknamed the 'Rogue Recruiter' by The Wall Street Journal.

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RE: Millennials: Can Smiling and Being Happy Hurt Your Career?

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RE: Millennials: Can Smiling and Being Happy Hurt Your Career?

Do you need to worry about being too happy at work?  What do the studies show AND what do I believe?

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About the Author:

A well-known name in executive search circles, David has personally closed more than 1000+ searches with a 99.7% success rate, and negotiated in excess of $200M in salaries. His creative recruiting principles lead to him being nicknamed the 'Rogue Recruiter' by The Wall Street Journal.
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