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Acknowledgments

We would like to thank the following reviewers whose comprehensive feedback and suggestions for improving the material helped make this a better text:

  • Laura Bassin, Fordham University Graduate School of Business
  • Karen Beard, St. Petersburg College
  • Carol Beck, RN EdD, Mission College
  • Mallory Bower, University of North Carolina, Pembroke
  • Debra Brown, Plymouth State University
  • Bill Dubovsky, College of Staten Island, City University of New York
  • Mary Gross, The Wharton School
  • Nadine Hartig, Radford University
  • Betsy Hughes, Marietta College Career Center
  • Jennifer Perkins, Central Piedmont Community College
  • Constance Relihan, Auburn University
  • Sharon Swallwood, Saint Petersburg College
  • Bevalee Vitali, Christian Brothers University
  • Alaric Williams, Angelo State University
  • Katie Volz, New York University Stern School of Business

We’d also like to thank David Culverwell and Bill Setten for introducing us to Unnamed Publisher and Becky Knauer and Pam Hersperger for shepherding us through the completion of this book. A sincere thank you to our clients and business partners over the past four years for making SixFigureStart a success.

To the jobseekers and dreamers who plug away at career success, stay frosty!