“You want me to do what now? 101 of the worst job titles around”

Looking for a gift idea for the job seeker in your life?

How about a book? This book:

“You want me to do what now: 101 of the worst job titles around” by Sarah Jackson is a humorous look at job searching and advertising.

The book, set in a Listicle format, looks at ridiculous, pompous and downright misleading job titles.  Job seekers, employers, advertisers, and the general public, may find this an interesting read, as it is both true and bizarre.

Available in three formats!

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Coffee Table book size (A4 size): Order here

Sarah’s 2019 Book Review Summary

Here is the list of every book I reviewed in 2019 (by genre).

You can download a PDF of the reviews and this list via the 2020 Book Review page (at the bottom) or via this link

FICTION: Chick Lit (inc. Romance)

**** “The Sisters” by Kate Forster

FICTION: Crime/Mystery (inc. Cosy)

***** “Lightning Men (Dark Town Series)” by Thomas Mullen

***** “Jar of Hearts” by Jennifer Hillier

****1/2 “Whitsunday Dawn” by Annie Seaton

**** “The Man Who Came Uptown” By George Pelecanos

**** “A Body of Work” by Janice Simpson

**** “Mrs Rickaby’s Lullaby” by Julie Thorndyke

**** “Mary-Alice Moves in” by Frankie Bow

**** “Outsider” by Stephen King

**** “Visiting Memories Past: A Dana Potter Christmas Cozy Mystery” by Liz Turner

***1/2 “Bayou Busybody” by Frankie Bow

***1/2 “The Spotted Dog (Corinna Chapman Mysteries)” by Kerry Greenwood

***1/2 “The Dingebury Town Mysteries” by Lee Marsh

***1/2 “Cadaver on Candy Cane Lane” by Leighann Dobbs

*** “The Best American Mystery Stories 2016” ed. Elizabeth George

FICTION: General/Literary Fiction

***** “Dead Man Dreaming: A Novel” by Uday Mukerji

**** “Dead Men’s Trousers” by Irvine Welsh

FICTION: Horror/Thriller

**** “Christine” by Stephen King

**** “Elevation” by Stephen King

**** “Firestarter” by Stephen King

**** “Rage Against the Night” by  Stephen King et al

FICTION: Science Fiction

***** “Turning the Hourglass” by M.J.Kelly

FICTION: YA/Children’s

***** “His Name Was Walter” by Emily Rodda

***** “Doggienauts” by Addie Broussard

**** “No More Dead Kids” by Thomas Marshall

**** “The Frizz” by Jasmine Fogwell

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NON-FICTION: Art/History/Music

***** “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Richard Bell

***** “Unusual Sounds: the Hidden History of Library Music” by David Hollander

***** “You Say You Want a Revolution: records and Rebels, 1966-1970” by Victoria Broackes

***** “Baldessin/Whiteley: Parallel Visions” edited by Sasha Grishin

**** “101 Marvellous Movies You May Have Missed” by David Stratton

*** “100 Nasty Women of History” by Hannah Jewell

NON-FICTION: Biography/Autobiography

***** “Accidental Icon: Musings of a Geriatric Starlet ” by Iris Apfel

***** “Bella and Chaim: The Story of Beauty and Life” by Sarah Rena Vidal

**** “The Trauma Cleaner: One Woman’s Extraordinary Life in the Business of Death, Decay, and Disaster” By Sarah Krasnostein

NON-FICTION: Gardening/Cooking

***** “Joseph Banks’ Florilegium: Botanical Treasures from Cook’s First Voyage” by David Mabberley, Mel Gooding & Joseph Studholme

***** “Preservation Pantry: Modern Canning from root to Top & Stem to Core” by Sarah Marshall

NON-FICTION: Humour/Gift Book

**** “Sh*t Towns of New Zealand” By Anonymous

**** “The Little Voodoo Kit” by Dr J.P. Poupette

NON-FICTION: Self-Help/Well Being/Instructional

***** “Multidimensional Meditation: An introduction to Natural meditation and Multidimensional Living” by Leanne Margaret

***** “The Love of the Universe” by Leanne Margaret

**** “The Fast 800” by Michael Mosley

**** “German Short Stories for Beginners: 10 Short Stories to Easily learn German & Improve Your Vocabulary” By Touri Language Learning

NON-FICTION: Social Commentary

***** “Boys will be Boys” by Clementine Ford

**** “The Prince” by David Marr

**** “Jonestown: The Power and Myth of Alan Jones” by Chris Masters

***1/2 “Australian Tragic: Gripping tales from the dark side of our history” by Jack Marx

NON-FICTION: Travel

**** “Japan: Eyewitness Travel Guide” by Rosalyn Thiro

NON-FICTION: True Crime

****1/2 “Stalked: The Human Target: Stories of people pursued by stalkers and the devasting effect on their lives.” By Rachel Cassidy

**** “The Frankston Murders: The true story of serial killer Paul Denyer” by Vicki Petraitis

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