Get ready job seekers!  

In your job search, knowledge is power, and there’s no better place to get up-to-date business knowledge than the Denver Business Journal annual Book of Lists.  This is the week that the newly published 2016 Book of Lists will be delivered to subscribers.

Whether your are a full time job seeker or considering changing careers, the DBJ’s Book of Lists is the #1 local research resource for your job search.  The DBJ Book of Lists is well organized, well researched and has tons of useful information for job seekers.  Business people use it in much the same way job seekers should use it: to connect, prospect, network and close deals.  

Just to be sure, I don’t get paid to endorse the DBJ or the Book of Lists, I simply have found in my years as a job seeking expert that the Book of Lists is a job seeking bible for those looking for employment in Colorado.  You will find yourself turning to it again and again throughout your job search.

Here’s what’s in the DBJ’s Book of Lists:

Economic Data: Information about current economic trends and market conditions throughout Denver metro’s 7 unique counties.  For job seekers, understanding the major industries and the companies that serve them is critical knowledge for your job search and your long-term career success.

List of top companies:  Detailed lists outlining specific companies in the major industry sectors that define Denver’s economy.   These lists provide job seekers with critical information about which companies are growing, both in terms of revenue as well as in terms of hiring.  They provide websites, contacts and phone numbers to help in your job seeking research.

Networking with the Who’s Who of Denver business:  The DBJ compiled lists of all of the winners and finalists from their various awards from 2016.  From power brokers to fastest growing companies,the best places to work in Denver to the ‘Who’s Who’ in energy, finance, real estate and other industries, as job seekers, these are the companies, the names of business leaders and power brokers you’ll want to get to know.  Your next job might just be an email or phone call away from these key decision makers.

So here’s the deal.  It costs $108 for a yearly subscription to the Denver Business Journal and you get the Book of Lists as part of your subscription.  But, and again, I’m not a paid endorser here, you get an entire year’s subscription to the best business publication in Colorado.  Every week, their expert staff of journalists are chronicling the companies, the decisions, the business leaders, the growth and trends of everything related to business, commerce and industry in Colorado.  

So click here to subscribe to the DBJ.  You’ll be glad you did.




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