Anyone who has ever graduated from college has faced the daunting question of "What am I going to do with my life?" A fortunate few know exactly what they want to do. Most of us don't have a clue.
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In The Dog Ate My Resumé: Survival Tips for Life After College, Zack and Larry Arnstein offer comical commentary and tongue-in-cheek observations on how to:
Plunder Resources at Your University
Develop a Go-Getter Attitude! (Or at Least Fake One)
Be Fashionably Late for Job Interviews
Weigh the Pros and Cons of Living at Home! (Contains No Pros)
Bring an Abrupt End to Conversations About Your Future
The father-and-son writing team combines the naive lack of experience of a recent college graduate with the out-of-touch irrelevance of an aging graybeard. No, wait! Actually, the book combines the up-to-the-minute hip awareness of a certifiably youthful 23-year-old with the finely tuned wisdom of an experienced old person!