Following the road map to your next job as fast as the business world is evolving, so is the search for the right job. Forces such as the changing nature of the employee/employer contract, globalization, consolidation, the quest for work/life balance, a workplace in constant flux, and lack of job security means that more professionals are looking for new jobs more often. Yet developing and managing effective job search can be a daunting task for even the most experienced professional. Whether you are searching for a new job or just considering a change.The "Harvard Business School Guide to Finding Your Next Job" offers a road map for planning and conducting your search. The guide covers all the key elements of the job search process - from creating a resume to dealing with emotional side of job loss, from choosing references to staying motivated, and from using various search strategies to negotiate job offers. Practical direction is given for allocating time effectively and focusing on those job-search activities that are most likely to be successful, and concise yet comprehensive.The "Harvard Business School guide to Finding Your Next Job" puts the demanding job search process on perspective for experienced professionals and first time job seekers alike.