Mr. and Mrs. Smith’s Employment Survival Guide (Business Edition)

by Mr. and Mrs. Smith



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 08/03/2010

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 120
ISBN : 9781449064228

About the Book

In an economy where unemployment rates are at an all-time high, advice on how to survive in the working world can be extremely valuable. In their new book, Mr. and Mrs. Smith's Employment Survival Guide (Business Edition), co-authors Odie and Daval Smith offer readers practical insight into how to effectively navigate unemployment and how to better develop an existing career. Their book includes a broad spectrum of career-related advice, including tips on leaving your current job if necessary, how to get through unemployment with enriching activities, job-search tips, resume-building advice, unemployment benefits and information, essential skills to build or improve upon and interviewing pointers. With 18 years of experience with both the employment highs and unemployment lows, the Smiths impart their knowledge and professional guidance, assisting every reader in positioning themselves toward effective employment.

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About the Author

Odie Smith is presently the customer service manager and technical regional manager with CBIZ Network Solutions, LLC in St. Louis. He has been awarded numerous honors for his discipline in professional decision-making, becoming recognized nationally as a superior customer service specialist. Mr. Smith's degree in business administration and his other academic studies have fully prepared him for this new direction.


Daval Smith is a certified pharmacy technician for a leading benefits management company in St. Louis. She began her career through the St. Louis Community College system, where she studied childcare development, which led her to pursue a career in childcare. In 1993, Daval and Odie established a non-profit company in which they distributed unemployment assistance information to workers in the St. Louis area who were casualties of layoffs.


Mr. and Mrs. Smith have been happily married for twenty-two years, and they are raising their two teenage children.

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