This book has advice from a Christian perspective on how to find a job for those who have recently lost a job whether it is the person's fault or not. It mulls through some mood changes, ideas on getting a job, what sort of attitude is expected at a job, and what a person can do to get hired.
Unfortunately, no matter what positive spin the author puts on it, the book sounds like it's reinforcing the world's idea on how to get a job. That you must conform to an employer and be like whatever they want to get ahead. in my opinion, I didn't expect that because my idea of Christianity is to put up and love one another no matter what. I know this a more realistic point of view, but I would have thought maybe the book would suggest ways to find a job for those who wish for a job that fits their personality and actually encourage those let down by the attitudes of employers. I am just kind of disappointed it just goes with the mainstream flow of things.
Other than that, it gives some good suggestions on some resources for a job seeker and how to write a better resume. However, if you aren't taking an office job or professional field and merely want a lower job field such as retail or restaurant work, this book won't be of much help. It might be a good read for someone interested in looking for the best in all things that likes books by Christian authors.