I’m so grateful to the authors on this list, who took the time to work with me to create a post that shared their views and knowledge (Just click the title). If you wanted to create a library for LIS job hunters, here’s where I’d start:
de Stricker, Ulla & Jill Hurst-Wahl. (2011). The Information and Knowledge Professional’s Career Handbook: Define and Create Your Success. Chandos Publishing.
Dority, G. Kim. (2012). LIS Career Sourcebook: Managing and Maximizing Every Step of Your Career. Libraries Unlimited.
Doucett, Elisabeth. (2010). What They Don’t Teach You in Library School. ALA Editions.
Kane, Laura. (2011). Working in the Virtual Stacks: The New Library & information Science. ALA.
Kane, Laura. (2003). Straight From the Stacks: A Firsthand Guide to Careers in Library and Information Science. ALA Editions.
Lowe-Wincentsen, Dawn, & Linda Crook. (2010). Mid-Career Library and Information Professionals: A Leadership Primer. Chandos Publishing.
Luster, Celma Faria. (2013). Extra-Help Librarians . Open Vista Press.
Markgren, Susanne, & Tiffany Eatman Allen. (2013). Career Q&A: A Librarian’s Real-Life, Practical Guide to Managing a Successful Career. Information Today.
Matarazzo, James M., & Toby Pearlstein. (2013). Special Libraries: A Survival Guide. Libraries Unlimited.
Monson, Jane. (2013). Jump-Start Your Career as a Digital Librarian: A LITA Guide. ALA Techsource.
Neely, Teresa. (2011). How to Stay Afloat in the Academic Library Job Pool. ALA Editions.
Shontz, Priscilla K. & Richard A. Murray. (2012). What Do Employers Want? A Guide for Library Science Students. Libraries Unlimited.
Smallwood, Carol, Kerol Harrod & Vera Gubnitskaia. (2013). Continuing Education for Librarians: Workshops, Conferences, College, and Other Ways. McFarland.
Stickell, Lois, & Bridgette Sanders. (2013). Making the Most of Your Library Career. ALA Editions.
Woodward, Jeanette. (2011). A Librarian’s Guide to an Uncertain Job Market. American Library Association.
And now you tell me – what books have I missed?