Discover How to Heat Up Your Love Life with 10 Proven Job Hunting Strategies in New Book

WARREN, RI– If you are wondering how job hunting skills can possibly help with finding love you are in for a wild surprise. According to Executive Recruiter and Career Coach E. Elizabeth “Beth” Carter and Dating Coach Ronnie Ann Ryan, achieving the two goals require many of the same strategies. In their new book Job Search = Love Search: 10 Savvy Career Strategies that Help You Find Love Too, the co-authors reveal smart methods to land the job or the man of your dreams.

In this quirky and unconventional book, you can learn how to avoid common pitfalls of both search efforts, get proven tips to stand out from the crowd and recognize when the new job or man is right for you. The authors provide valuable insights to make either journey productive, positive and fun, while increasing your odds for success.

Chapter 2 deals with knowing you are a great catch as a new employee or a mate. Ronnie explains, “Men find confident women to be sexy, so remembering, you are a great catch can make you more appealing and help you recover more quickly from rejection. “The same holds true for interviewing,” according to Beth, who suggests that clients, “Create a personal mission statement to help you accurately portray who you are to potential employers.”

The material serves dual audiences: job seekers who have been downsized or are looking for a promotion to move their career forward and single, divorced or widowed women in their 30s, 40’s 50s+ seeking romance or thinking about a second shot at finding love again.

Get a copy of Job Search = Love Search: 10 Savvy Career Strategies that Help You Find Love Too on in paperback or for the Kindle.



Elizabeth “Beth” Carter is President of Carter Consultants Ltd., an international executive search and research firm she founded in 1991. Beth Carter Enterprises, launched in 2011, encompasses executive, business and career coaching, workshops and presentations, and the DISC, Motivators, 360, and Emotional Intelligence assessments. Beth has been published in The Huffington Post, and has been quoted in articles including US News & World Report,, Yahoo Education and a book called Mogul Mom. She is a speaker and workshop facilitator for companies, universities, leadership conferences, women’s events, and career transition groups. Learn more about Beth’s services at and

Ronnie Ann Ryan, MBA, CCC, works with single women who have hot careers and chilly love lives to find the right man. She found love and married after 40 and launched her successful dating coach practice in 2002. Ronnie is the author of several books and has been featured by the BBC, ABC, NBC, FOX, NPR, eHarmony, Huffington Post, and Connecticut Magazine among others. Her website and high-traffic, popular blog can be found at

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