Book Review: Relocating For An Entry Level Job

I recently had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy of Relocating For An Entry Level Job: Why You Probably Have To & How To Do It by Heather Huhman (of Come Recommended). It’s a great read and it’s one of the few eBooks that I would recommend to all Entry Level Job Seekers.

Here’s a sneak preview:

On with the review…

What I liked:

  1. Heather has a great, straight-forward writing style. She gets right to the point and shares information that is bound to help all Entry Level Job seekers.
  2. This book has tons of information on everything from major city data, to networking tips, to how to budget for the inevitable move. This is an extremely thorough resource on a topic that is often overlooked by new grads.
  3. Loved the style and branding. The professionalism shines through in everything Heather does.

Areas For Improvement:

  1. At times, the first half reads less like a book and more like a detailed set of PowerPoint slides. This becomes less of an issue as you get into the later chapters.
  2. Many of the statistics were from 2008 and now that we are already in 2010, I fear that the content will be dated before long.


An excellent read from a very talented career expert. I would recommend this eBook to anyone who is looking for an Entry Level Job.

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