âHow many jobs are out there, in this economy?ââWhere do I go from here with my life?âÂ These are some of the questions at the forefront of the modern job-searcherâs mind. And they are thoroughly and thoughtfully answered with all-new chapters in the 2011 edition of What Color Is Your Parachute?, the best-selling job-hunting book in the world for more than three decades--in good times and bad. A longtime fixture on best-seller lists, What Color Is Your Parachute? features life-saving information that is updated each year to cater to the specific requirements of todayâs job market.Â Career guru Richard N. Bolles leads job-searchers to find meaningful work. He asks, WHAT skills do you most love to use? WHERE--in what field--would you most love to use them? And HOW do you find such jobs without depending on agencies, ads, and online postings?Â This book is not only about finding a job in hard times, itâs also about finding your passion. In the words of Fortune magazine:Â âParachute remains the gold standard of career guides.âÂ What Color Is Your Parachute? is the worldâs most popular job-hunting guide, with 10 million copies sold, in more than 20 languages. Written by career guru Richard N. Bolles--who coined the terms âinformational interviewingâ and âtransferable skillsâ--this New York Times and BusinessWeek best seller answers such questions as:Â âWhat are the five best--and worst--ways to search for a job?â See chapter 3 (starting on page 31).Â âWhat are the most helpful job sites on the Internet, out of the thousands that are out there?â See pages 53-54.Â âWhat interview questions can I expect to be asked, and how do I answer them?â See chapter 6 (starting on page 93).Â âI want to use a resume. What should I include?â See chapter 5 (starting on page 71). Â âI havenât a clue how to do salary negotiation. Help!â See chapter 7 (starting on page 121).Â âThere are no jobs out there, so Iâm thinking of starting my own business. Where do I begin?â See chapter 9 (starting on page 147).Â âSince Iâm out of work, Iâd like to use this opportunity to find more purpose and sense of mission in my next job. How do I do that?â See pages 15, 179, and 269.Â Â âWhat are the ten biggest mistakes made during interviews?â See page 92.âHow is the way employers hunt for people different from the way people hunt for employers?â See page 44.âHow do I figure out what my best skills are?â See pages 201+.âIf I decide I need some career counseling, how do I avoid getting âtakenâ?â See Appendix b (starting on page 288).âI had a job dealing with manufacturing. Now itâs gone. How do I find jobs in related fields?â See page 45.âIâd like to emphasize my traits in my next job interview, but I donât have âa trait vocabulary.â Got any lists?â See page 50.âI have a handicap. How can I get around it, in interviews?â See page 57.âI am painfully shy. I dread interviewing. What can I do?â See page 62.âI want to use a resume. What should I include?â See Chapter 5 (starting on page 71).âIn general, what are employers looking for?â See page 48.âHow long should I expect my job-hunt to last?â See page 32.âIâm over fifty. What special problems do I face when I go job-hunting? â See chapter 10 (starting on page 167).âIâm just starting on my job-hunt. I know ânetworkingâ is important. I havenât got a network. How do I build one from scratch?â See page 86.Â Parachute has all the answers youâre looking for and more. Itâs the guide that millions of job-hunters have turned to for more than three decades.