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Have you ever been frustrated with your career and thought, “Where’s a Career Fairy when you really need one?” Well, that day has come!

Post a Career Wish on Facebook and See What Happens

We have retained the services of a well-known Career Fairy, and she is going to be granting wishes in the form of career advice and support for our fans. That’s right Cinderella, you’re going to the ball! Here’s how it works:
  1. Post your career wish on the weekly Career Fairy post on our Facebook page, and tell us why you want this to come true.
  2. Get your friends to "like" our Facebook page.
  3. Have them "vote" for your career wish by "liking" it.
  4. The post with the most "likes" for the week wins!

What Do I Win?

Besides having our Facebook Career Fairy visit you in the form of a video that answers your wish, you will also get one month’s subscription in CareerHMO, the virtual membership site that gives the everyday professional access to elite-level career coaching. Don’t delay! The sooner you post and tell your friends, the sooner the Facebook Career Fairy grants your wish!
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