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About Us... & Job Hunting SuperSearch

The goal of Job Hunting SuperSearch is to continuously search for new ways to make job hunting easier and faster... and to reduce the stress, confusion and worry that job hunting can involve.

To do this we develop publications and software that helps speed the job hunting process. We are a small firm with talented researchers, writers and job market experts.

The Job Hunting SuperSearch briefings are authored by Bob Gerberg Sr., who is among America’s foremost authorities on job hunting. Millions of his publications are in circulation. Over 30 years he has authored dozens of books including The Professional Job Changing System... An Easier Way to Change Jobs, $100,000 and Above, and 15 New Rules for Job Hunting Success. He also authored TAPIT, The Personal Marketing Program, The Executive Job Changing System and others.

Many of these have been used in outplacement programs by organizations such as the U.S. Marine Corps, the CIA, major universities and Fortune 1000 corporations. In total, more than $700 million of his briefings, publications, resume writing and outplacement services have been sold worldwide... by firms with whom he has partnered.

Initially with General Electric and Honeywell, Bob became a U.S. Air Force officer, and enjoyed a career with major food companies, including positions as VP of Marketing Services and Assistant to the Chairman of a Fortune 500 firm.

He has a B.A. from Colgate University, a year of studies in the United States Air Force, an M.B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and advanced studies at MIT, sponsored by PepsiCo. He consults to the firm and is among our investors. .

Our concept of short briefings started years ago when it became clear that new ways to search for a job were needed. Some briefings were created and were well received. From there, we decided to expand to a complete new source of job hunting knowledge.

We also knew our briefings needed to be short, in color and illustrated. The briefings are posted on the web so people can instantly and affordably access them worldwide. Changes are easily updated. More briefings are planned and are in development.