How toget a jobin 21st Century


We are giving away a few copies of the book "How to get a job in 21st Century + 444 Tips for a better carrier" to all secondary schools in Serbia - to encourage young people to think in accordance with the time in which they live, when it comes to jobs and employment.



The book “How to get a job in the 21st Century + 444 tips for a successful career” tells about employment in the 21st century in an unusual way. It shares with the readers the thoughts that have become our reality, but are rarely spoken about. Changes have evidently happened, but people usually say in a negative context that “things are not as they used to be” when talking about those changes.

However, the answer to adapting to these changes, embracing them and turning them in your favor can be found in this book. This is the reason why this book is excellent reading material for young people that need to understand as soon as possible that only they are the only ones responsible for their success.

This is exactly why we came to the idea that this book should find its way into the hands of high school students and that they should come to know the reality of the labor market, to know what their options are and what is expected of them in these modern times. Furthermore, the second part of the book contains an extremely valuable collection of tips that can help you not only achieve success, but to stay successful as well. To our great pleasure, the authors of the book Dragan Varagić and Valentin Kuleto supported this idea, so we started the realization of this project together – supply every high school in Serbia with copies of the book.

We are certain that this book can encourage many young people to work on themselves, improve their knowledge and skills, to work on their ideas and private businesses. In this way we hope to create a more successful economy and a more successful society, to decrease unemployment and improve entrepreneurship.

Our end goal is to supply every high school in Serbia with copies of this book, but we will measure the success of the project with the number of students that have read the book and with the number of students that attended the presentations and workshops organized in their schools. During the realization of the project, Dragan Varagić, one of the authors of the book, will have a number of lectures for teachers and students all across Serbia, where he will personally introduce them to the themes and key lessons of the book. Also, ambassador teachers in every school will help us in distributing the books to the largest number of students possible and making sure that the books are understood in the right way. The end result should be a better and more beautiful Serbia, which is the main goal of all our projects.

If you want the book to arrive as soon as possible to your school as well, feel free to contact us on

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    What have you learned from this book and what is the strongest impression you have taken with you?*

    From this book I found out about a lot of opportunities for work and learning over the Internet – Jovana, Paraćin

    I have not had the opportunity to hear and read something like this before, I really recommend it to all my friends, because it definitely gives and opens some new directions of thinking. – Milorad, Belgrade

    Hard work and persistence are the key – Miloš, Novi Sad

    I learned that it is important to live in the present, not in the past, in the 80s and 90s. We need to pay attention to what is happening now and adapt to it. – Ivan, Paraćin

    Through this book, I received another confirmation that I have to constantly expand my knowledge and improve myself, and that only school education will probably not be enough if I want to be very successful in the business. – Marija, Ćuprija

    The lesson I brought with me is that we do not have to wait for others to find us a job, instead everything is on us! – Ana, Jagodina

    I think the book is excellent and it will help my peers to understand that it is necessary to constantly expand our knowledge and that with our efforts we will succeed. – Katarina, Prokuplje

    I think the book is excellent, I gave it to my parents to read it. – Sara, Belgrade

    To which schools have wedonated the book so far?