Most people don’t spend enough time on their job search. You may have heard that “getting a job is a job” — which means you should be spending at least 25 to 30 hours a week (if you’re unemployed) on the job hunt. But often, people wake up in the morning not knowing what to do, or frustrated that their efforts seem to go nowhere. That’s where I come in. My job as a career counselor is to help get you in motion and work smarter.
If you want to build up muscles fast, you'd hire a physical trainer to supervise your workout. And studies show that job-seekers with the right professional support get their next job faster.The old way of passive job searching, sending out resumes and waiting, is no longer an option. If you're ready for a job search that gets results — an action plan that will structure your time, and help you work strategically to move faster — then, let's begin.
“He or she who gets hired is not necessarily the one who
can do the job best, but the one who knows the most
about how to get hired.”
Richard Lathrop, “Who’s Hiring Who”