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The intern's manifesto : how to survive your first ever office job

Author: Matthew Cross
Publisher: London : Portico, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"'You don't have to be mad to work here ... but it helps!' Being an intern in the modern world of corporate and creative offices is - without question - one of the most challenging, rewarding, enjoyable and frustrating jobs in the world. Young, talented and hard-working, interns and apprentices are the future of business, yet are often treated as cheap labour whose name no one can be bothered to remember. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Humor
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Cross
ISBN: 9781909396500 1909396508
OCLC Number: 876292631
Description: 127 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
Responsibility: by Matthew Cross.

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"'You don't have to be mad to work here ... but it helps!' Being an intern in the modern world of corporate and creative offices is - without question - one of the most challenging, rewarding, enjoyable and frustrating jobs in the world. Young, talented and hard-working, interns and apprentices are the future of business, yet are often treated as cheap labour whose name no one can be bothered to remember. The Intern's Manifesto is the only survival guide for all first-time workers entering into the work sector - and the perfect present from the concerned parent! Expertly written by a former intern, the book delves deep into all you need to know to make it in the big bad world. From the world of daily commuting (be prepared to get swine flu) through to the different types of bosses and shifty staff to keep an eye on, right down to the all-staff emails you should NEVER send, this book will prepare your mind for surviving the working day, even if your body and soul have given up many hours before that. Further titles in this series to include The Grandma's Manifesto and The Student's Manifesto"--Publisher's description.

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