Job Search Guidance

Honing your job search skills will help you make more informed career choices, identify red flags during the hiring process, negotiate a competitive salary, as well as preserve your resume’s formatting.

  1. Negotiate competitive salary
  2. Research employers’ reviews
  3. Locate growing companies

  1. Decipher job descriptions
  2. Improve your PC skills
  3. Preserve your resume

Job Search Skills Training is offered both à la carte and custom packages. Interview Coaching/Preparation is also available.

Job Search Guidance
Custom Packages Range Between:

$95 to $195 flat fee

In-person Training
One-on-One Support
Hands-on Learning
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Research Salary Information

Even in a strong economy, employers still low-ball candidates. Equip yourself with real-world salary data before accepting an employment offer to secure competitive compensation.

Learn to research salary data and avoid low-ball offer.

Join a Profitable Growing Company

Growing employers offer opportunities for advancement, excellent benefits, bonuses, along with a positive work environment. Shrinking employers cut bonuses, benefits and perks, lose talent and often shutter entire divisions.

Learn to identify and target growing employers.

Research Employers’ Reputation

Good people don’t quit their jobs, they quit their bosses. Bad bosses rarely, if ever, choose to change their ways. Instead, they often write fake online reviews to continue attracting quality employees. Luckily, a trained eye can quickly read between the lines.

Learn to spot “fishy” company reviews likely written by Human Resources to avoid a bad boss.

  1. Before
  2. After

Preserve Your Resume with Microsoft Word

Using Microsoft Word is critical to preserving your professional resume. Other software, such as Google Docs and Apple Pages, will likely corrupt your resume’s formatting & layout. Microsoft Office is only $5 per month.

Microsoft Word – 1-Page Resume

Google Docs: 2-Page Resume

Hone Your Job Search Expertise

Your job search doesn’t have to be a cryptic experience. After several training sessions, you’ll be equipped to advance your career.