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The Graduate bible is a young person’s career coaching book with a twist!

What most career books forget to mention is that you are being interviewed by a ‘person’ and not a ‘company’. Connectivity is a fundamental life skill and yet, up until now little or no training has been available to us.

Using proven psychological techniques and combining 8+ year graduate recruitment experience and 6+ years working for LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, ‘The Graduate Bible’ written by Emma Vites provides graduates and young people with the skills they need to put themselves into the mind of different employers (people) to ensure they GET HIRED and secure their dream job. Within this book the readers will learn the art of communication and they will take a short personality questionnaire to determine their preferred communication style and how to adapt this to suit others.

The readers will learn how to use a number of channels including social media to secure their dream job and they will be taken on a journey of how to sell themselves as the best person for the job even with limited experience. They will learn what most career books focus on, such as writing the perfect C.V. and performing well in interviews and assessment days, but more importantly this book will help graduates and young people believe that they have valuable skills, which will improve their confidence when applying for jobs considerably.

-Learn and become what employers want you to be

-What language style do you have? Take the short questionnaire to find out

-Write the perfect C.V, ace your assessment days, and get fantastic interview techniques for over the phone and face-face interviews

-Create a winning LinkedIn profile

-Improve your confidence and belief systems with NLP inspired techniques and become the best version of yourself

-Secure your dream job!


Bryony Sutherland

Freelance Editor & Writer

Emma Vites is uniquely placed to advise graduates exiting the protected bubble of university and trying to make sense of the big, wide world of competitive applications, assessment and interviews. Finding your first job can be a perplexing process, but Emma breaks it down into a series of easily achievable steps, and her warmth, humor and direct approach bring a welcome change to the dry and often out-of-date advice alternatively available. Her book, The Graduate Bible, is packed with firsthand insight gained from a wealth of personal experience in coaching, sales and the corporate sector, and tells readers all they need to know about today’s job market, preparing them for the challenges of selection and beyond into a rewarding and lucrative career.