3 Benefits Women Have in Financial Careers


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Duration: 65 minutes
Host: J.T. O'Donnell
Cost: FREE
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J.T. O'DonnellJeanine Tanner “J.T.” O’Donnell, founder of CAREEREALISM and CareerHMO, is a career strategist and workplace consultant who helps American workers of all ages find greater professional satisfaction.
Her book, CAREEREALISM: The Smart Approach to a Satisfying Career, outlines her highly successful career-coaching methodology. She also works with Dale Dauten to write the career advice column “JT & Dale Talk Jobs,” a nationally syndicated column that appears in more than 130 newspapers, reaching 6+ million households weekly.
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Women today are missing out on a huge opportunity to create the lifestyle they want via a career in the financial industry – even in this recession! Female professionals who are reaping the rewards call it, “designing your destiny.” Why are career-minded women letting this pass them by? Well, watch this FREE webinar (above) and you’ll find out! In this hour-long, interactive session, you’ll hear the three myths that have caused many smart, savvy women to pass over a career option that fits their needs. In it, you’ll hear how it’s not: - High-pressure - An exclusive old boy’s club - Greedy, unrewarding work This session will be presented by a nationally recognized female career expert. The session will be presented by CAREEREALISM Founder, J.T. O’Donnell. O’Donnell is a nationally recognized career coach, author and syndicated columnist who specializes in helping women design authentic careers to suit their work-life balance needs. As a mother of two, wife, and business owner, O’Donnell intimately understands what women are looking for in a career today.
“Not every woman out there wants to be a teacher or nurse. Yet, these two career paths are dominated by women because, until now, they’ve been the only ones that have enabled women to balance raising a family with having a job. That’s why I think it’s important to start showing women some viable alternatives. Financial careers offer incredibly satisfying work that pays well too. Not to mention, they provide the ability to build a business and career that can be customized to suit the unique needs of a working woman. It’s a shame more women don’t know about this option. Via this free webinar, I intend to show them what’s possible.” – J.T. O’Donnell
This is an excellent opportunity for women of all ages who are career-minded and looking for work-life balance. From recent college grads, moms returning to the workforce, and mid-life career changers, this session will show them all what a financial career can do for them. Image from Kurhan/Shutterstock

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