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The Subversive Job Search: How to Overcome a Lousy Job, Sluggish Economy, and Useless Degree to Create a Six-Figure Career

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Are you tired of missing out on that raise, bonus, or promotion? Do you want to turn your dead-end job into a high-paying career? Would a six-figure salary solve all your problems?

Moneymaking guru Alan Corey faced all these questions himself, then went from collecting unemployment checks to bringing in a six-figure salary in just over a year.  This inspirational and entertaining book is jam-packed with easy-to-follow steps that you can use to transform your own career. Alan couples his personal anecdotes with scientific studies that are guaranteed to increase your salary. The Subversive Job Search will help steer you into the $100,000-plus career you’ve been waiting for.

Are you frustrated because . . .

·      Your coworkers make more than you?
·      Your boss is unreasonable and doesn’t appreciate you?
·      Your paychecks aren’t making ends meet?
·      Your stagnant career is going nowhere fast?
 
It’s easier than you think to get paid like an expert. If Alan Corey can do it, so can you!

The Subversive Job Search isn’t just career advice that is thinking outside the box, it’s making a whole new box!” —Barbara Corcoran, real-estate mogul and business expert, star of ABC’s Shark Tank
 
Alan Corey is a well-recognized author, entrepreneur, and real-estate investor. His debut book, A Million Bucks by 30, chronicled his first journey to riches as a penny-pinching real-estate investor, bar owner, and reality-TV regular. His comedic and autobiographical tales of his finances have been heard or seen on more than fifty radio and TV shows, including CNBC’s The Big Ideawith Donnie Deutsch; CNN’s Tips from the Top; ABC’s Money Matters; Fox & Friends; and Bravo’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, he now lives in Brooklyn, New York.