Find Amazing Employers Without a Nightmare Job Search

JobsNext week, I’m hosting a limited-access webinar called “The 20-minute Job Search.” Yes, you can find a fabulous new employer by job searching for only 20 minutes per day. Don’t believe me? Then why don’t you come see for yourself. In this session, I will:
  • List all the job search activities that are a complete waste of your time.
  • Outline step-by-step how to map out an effective job search strategy you can do in just 20 minutes/day.
  • Show you techniques for finding that amazing new employer that can actually be fun and rewarding.
It doesn’t matter if you are unemployed, under-employed, or employed but hate your job and want out - this program is going to blow your mind in terms of how much time is wasted on job search. Not to mention, how much stress is created unnecessarily. Stop the insanity! Learn the secrets to a short yet powerful job search - you’ll be glad you did! P.S. In addition to getting a FREE PDF copy of our 144-page guidebook, CAREEREALISM: The Smart Approach to a Satisfying Career (a $9.95 value), anyone who signs up is going to get an exclusive offer after the event you don’t want to miss.
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Honestly, isn’t it time you did something that can make you feel better? Don’t miss your chance to learn the power of the 20-minute job search. As of today, we have only 28 spots left out of the 100 seats we made available for this session. Can’t make the live event? Sign-up anyways to get the recording, the book and the special offer. PLEASE NOTE: This webinar will not be part of our public archives on CareerHMO.com. So, if you don’t sign-up you will not be able to watch it. When is the last time you invested in your professional future? Now is the time! I hope you’ll join me and learn how the right activities can make job search painless, positive and profitable!
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This event is powered by CareerHMO.com. J.T. O’Donnell is the founder of CAREEREALISM.com and CEO of CareerHMO.com, a web-based career development company. Image from umahtete/Shutterstock

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