4 Steps to Leaving a Dead-end Job
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Date:September 27, 2011
Time:1:00 PM ET
Duration:1 hour
Host:J.T. O'Donnell
Guest:Debra Wheatman
Cost:FREE
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J.T. O'DonnellJeanine Tanner “J.T.” O’Donnell, founder of CAREEREALISM.com and CareerHMO.com, is a career strategist and workplace consultant who helps American workers of all ages find greater professional satisfaction.
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Debra WheatmanWith 20+ years as a strategic career advisor, Debra helps clients obtain highly desired interviews for competitive positions, including preparing results-oriented resumes, and providing guidance centered around interview preparation, salary negotiations, and overall career management.
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This event has already occurred. Please use the red link below to watch the recording of this webinar. The writing is on the wall. Your job is a road to nowhere...and you want OUT! Should you jump ship without a new job? Should you part ways in a ball of fire? Of course not! Join career experts, Debra Wheatman and J.T. O'Donnell for the right way to leave a dead-end job. You'll learn tips for making your departure a successful one. Trust us when we say, "The career world is a small place." Leaving a dead-end job does not mean you leave it behind you forever. So, be sure to learn the right way to find a new job that doesn't burn a bridge with the old one. This event has already happened. You must have a Freemium Membership to CareerHMO.com to watch the recording of this presentation.Click here » to set up your FREE account now and watch this webinar!
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