Through the Brick Wall

How to Job-Hunt in a Tight Market

Publisher: Villard
Here is a unique, business-oriented approach to job hunting which provides the reader with step-by-step instructions in finding a new and/or improved position. Wendleton explains why the "tried and true" techniques no longer work and includes up-to-the-minute job-hunting techniques and astute lessons on how to turn interviews into offers.


Through the Brick Wall, the What Color Is Your Parachute? of the nineties "Kate Wendleton has written a sage and sensible book for the turbulent 90's. She believes you need to take a proactive approach to getting the kind of job you want, and she shows you how to get it in Through the Brick Wall!"

-- Harvey Mackay, author of Swim with the Sharks

Without Being Eaten Alive and Sharkproof

"Everyone who has met Kate knows that she has a genius for caring about others. Her inspiring energy and wide practical knowledge about job hunting are packed into this wonderful book. It will be of great help to all who read it."

-- David Rottman, vice president and manager,

Career Services, Chemical Bank, New York City

"Everyone talks about 'taking charge' of their lives; Kate Wendleton shows you how. One of the savviest and most effective career counselors that I know teaches that -- even in the toughest of times -- you can (and deserve to) find work that is right for you."

-- Robert Mintz, director of human resources, Time, Inc., Magazines

"A one-woman crusade against unemployment -- Kate Wendleton, The Five O'Clock Club, and Through the Brick Wall!"

-- Roberta Mel, vice president, national advertising, Home Box Office

"I have doubled my salary during the past five years by using The Five O'Clock Club techniques. Now I earn what I deserve. I think everyone needs The Five O'Clock Club and Through the Brick Wall."

-- M.S., attorney, entertainment industry