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I originally contacted Larry to help me hone my skills in writing an interview landing cover letter. Larry met and exceeded my expectation. Larry has now become a personal advisor in my job search and helping me with a wide range of job search need. I found him very effective and I call him a gold digger because in no time he was able to help me dig out skills I have to sell but did not market properly. Larry is a great guy easy to talk to, very punctual and reliable. I have recommended him to a friend and will continue to do so. Thanks Larry for your help.

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eJobCoach.com was created more than twenty-five (25) years' ago. I designed it so it wouldn't be a cookie-cutter version of what the Bernard Haldane and Wright Associates-type outplacement firms were then offering. I wanted to share my business experience, to personalize everything I did for clients; I didn't want to accept corporate contracts and wanted to work one-on- one with every client. A modern definition of the word coach is: (a) A person who gives instruction, as in singing or acting or (b) A private tutor employed to prepare a student for an examination. And certainly there is the sports coach who imparts knowledge concerning the best way to improve at a particular athletic activity. So I decided to become a mentor/transition/career coach, pick whatever suits you best. I also decided to work strictly on a quid pro quo basis; so if a client wasn't satisfied with what I did for them, I'd refund any fees paid, no questions asked.

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Out of the blue, because a friend of his found my website and read the short section entitled "Master Salary Negotiations" (http://ejobcoach.com/master-salary-negotiation/), I got a call from a fellow who was still in school and was close to getting his M.S. degree. He wanted me to help him with salary negotiations. The background was that he had been an intern at a well-known software company for six months. They liked his work and wanted to hire him. Their offer was $34. an hour, which is $$70,720. He wanted $38. an hour, which is $79,040. He believed he was worth this for a variety of reasons, including the fact that competitors range from $35 to $40 an hour.

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