Find A New Job or Get a Better One with eJobCoach
What is eJobCoach?
While some people refer to us as career counselors or mentors, we prefer the term "personal job coach" because it's active and results-oriented. eJobCoach
is based on the principle that anyone involved in a stressful, highly-goal-oriented task -- like searching for and landing a job -- needs assistance. The same principle hold true in competitive sports.
To reach even more people, we recently created “The Last eGuide You’ll Ever Need To Help You Find A New Job.”
(Click here for more information about our eGuide.
The sad truth is that while many people have invested years of training and experience in their field or profession, they are amateurs when it comes to job searching. Similar to a competitive athlete, having your own coach:
- Provides objectivity and accountability;
- Teaches you how to conduct an effective job search;
- Keeps you focused and on the right track to a new job;
- Provides expert assistance with networking, even for shy people;
- Teaches you how to tap into the "hidden" job market;
- Shows you how to write “Killer” Resumes and Cover Letters;
- Helps you to be pro-active with Broadcast Letters;
- Provides interviewing tips, skills and techniques;
- Counsels you on working with recruiters and head hunters;
- Maximizes your salary negotiations; and much more…
It goes without saying that all of our offerings are designed to help people find jobs quickly!
From Our Blog
Let’s face it. Most people go in for their annual/quarterly review unprepared. They “wing” it or do a half-hearted job of putting together a presentation that shows them in the most positive light, in addition to not even anticipating the structure of the interview. Add …
Lately I’ve been reading complaint after complaint from job seekers, many on Linkedin and elsewhere, who have been going out on interviews and not getting the job. These complaints are real enough, but they’re only complaints and, all too often, they don’t include even a …
Think of it this way. Getting a resume that has an excellent chance of getting you an interview is only the first step. A cover letter to specify why you fit the job is the second step. Coaching for the interview is the third step. …
More and more companies, these days, are hiring for one thing only, and that is to get something specific done. Sometimes they don’t even realize it, and it has gotten so intertwined with their culture and the culture of the “at will” employment contract that …
One of the frankest, most articulate and realistic discussions I’ve heard about which job sites are best for finding qualified candidates. You can learn a lot from these discussions and I urge you to read them and decide how to list your resume. Click on …
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Reduce the time it takes to write your Cover Letters, while still keeping them effective!
Make your “Killer” Resume more effective with a Personalized Cover Letter
Your personalized, as opposed to a boiler-plate, Cover Letter is a key to getting the interview. It often makes the difference whether your resume gets read or not. In fact, some employers who won’t read a resume unless it’s accompanied by a Cover Letter; others use it to determine if your resume is worth reading because it shows how your work experience corresponds to their job requirements.
You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how can learn how to analyze the job description, de-construct it, and then quickly write your own effective Cover Letters, so you can begin to use them right away to begin to get called in for those elusive interviews!
To get started with our Cover Letter writing Service, call (949) 716-3581 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you prefer a do-it-yourself approach, order our eGuide “The Last eGuide You’ll Ever Need To Find A Job” or get more information about Cover Letters by clicking here.