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Pathbreaking E-Book published to help the unemployed improve their job prospects

Four global executives come together to create an iBook focused on helping the millions of unemployed improve their job search prospects

LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK, Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The last 4 years have been the worst for job seekers all across the world. Unemployed workers are trying hard how to land the perfect job. The employed are working furiously to improve their prospects at the job they are finding hard to retain? Everyone has questions and the answers are not easy to come by.

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App, Zap, Pump, Play, answers these questions by detailing a radical way of thinking and planning. These answers will change lives and put the spark back into any job hunt or career search for the millions of job seekers who are thirsting for a paradigm change. Technology has undergone major shifts over generations, and we are at the brink of another pivotal change – the convergence of social media, mobility, and knowledge based users.  App, Zap, Pump, Play is the perfect primer at the dawn of this revolution.

The four authors of this book – a woman and three men – are highly accomplished and creative professionals. They are players in the media and entertainment industries as well as tech geeks with significant life experience.  The authors are:

Kam Vadali – Sales professional, Pro tennis player, world traveler, classical singer

Ritesh Pathak – Top salesperson, entrepreneur, business award winner

Abhijit Ray – Sales leader with a sharp creative mind
 and

Rahul Sandil – Executive & Entrepreneur in the social media and interactive entertainment world

As industry veterans they have been privy to information and processes about how technology can transform people's search for jobs. Their proximity to hiring managers and executives acted as a catalyst to out the ideas together for this book. The book's simple framework includes four elements— App (Applications in mobile and internet space); Zap (people or related elements), Pump (matching apps and zaps resulting in a strategy/plan), and Play (results of the pump or plan). The authors bring these together to help the reader create an effective 30-day plan to get employed.

Priced at just 99 cents the interactive iBook is available on the iTunes store for iPad owners. The book is also available on the kindle store for just $2.99.

"This is a work of passion for us", said Rahul Sandil. "The four of us have been blessed to have built careers in industries which we love. We came together to share our experiences with the millions of folks who need help today in getting employment. We opted for self-publishing the book as traditional publishers didn't want to keep the price at 99 cents which we feel is appropriate if you are a job seeker in the current economic conditions. Also, Amazon prime customers can borrow the Kindle edition for free

The authors can be reached at the blog site  http://www.appzap.me/

The E-Book is available at the following:

1.    Interactive iBook for the iPad

https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/app-zap-pump-play/id585445398?mt=11

2.     Kindle Edition –

 http://www.amazon.com/App-Pump-Play-possibilities-ebook/dp/B00ABI0E1G/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1355556186&sr=1-1&keywords=app+zap+pump+play



Media Contact: Rahul Sandil www.appzap.me, 8328784512, [email protected]

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