In Search of the Fun-Forever: Career Strategies that Work by Ellis Chase

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  • (1888PressRelease) April 19, 2013 - Washington, DC - Bacon Press Books today announced the launch of In Search of the Fun-Forever Job: Career Strategies that Work by Ellis Chase.

    Ellis Chase, one of Manhattan's top career management consultants and executive coaches, brings his 25-plus years of experience and expertise to this reexamination of how to target and find a job that fits.

    Who needs another job search book? Anyone looking for work or changing careers who wants to learn how to make smart decisions.

    In Search of the Fun-Forever Job: Career Strategies the Work takes a fresh look at an old problem and turns some of the commonly held beliefs about job search and career management inside out. You will find answers to such questions as:

    * Is the resume truly the key to a successful search?

    * Isn't it easier to look for a job when you're employed?

    * Won't I improve my chances if I just put as many letters and resumes out there as possible and hope some of them stick?

    * Should I take time off to relax and get my head straight before I start the process?

    "No matter what your career objective is, Ellis Chase has developed a process that can work for anyone. In Search of the Fun-Forever Job offers more than a mere set of job search strategies. It outlines a strategic mindset that enables you to be proactive and targeted in your approach to career management," said Mark Horney, Executive Director, Executive MBA Career Management at Columbia Business School.

    Horney went on to say, "Whether you are seeking that first opportunity out of college or moving up through senior levels in your organization or industry, Ellis's framework rings true. This is an essential resource at any stage of your career development process."

    Ellis Chase's varied consulting practice is based in Manhattan, but his workshops and presentations often have taken him around the United States and Europe. His corporate clients have included Deloitte Touche, Estee Lauder, Goldman Sachs, The Gartner Group, Purdue Pharma, Swiss Re America, United Nations Development Programmes, Penguin Putnam, Citigroup, WR Wrigley, ING Capital, Group M, Amnesty International, American Civil Liberties Union, Hanger Orthopedics, and Time Warner.

    He has been a consultant to Columbia Business School for the past 11-plus years where he develops curricula and delivers workshops for the Business School's Executive MBA Career Management and Alumni Relations Career Services; he coaches in the Program for Social Intelligence at the business school and advises EMBA students, and is a frequent speaker at other Columbia University colleges and graduate programs. He was an instructor at New York University's Center for Career, Education, and Life Planning for almost 20 years and was an original Five O'Clock Club counselor, consulting in this national job search advising organization for 21 years.

    In Search of the Fun-Forever Job: Career Strategies that Work by Ellis Chase is available in paperback on Amazon for $12.99.

    An ebook edition will be available on May 10, 2013.

    More information about Ellis Chase at

    Bacon Press Books, an indie publisher based in Washington, DC, publishes fiction and non-fiction by new and known authors.

    Michele Orwin
    Bacon Press Books
    3000 Connecticut Ave, #229
    Washington, DC 20008
    editor ( @ ) baconpressbooks dot com

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