LIVE: Getting Hired By Incredible Companies

YES, you CAN land a great job, even during an economic crisis!



Learn How To Get Hired By An Incredible Company

📅 - March 4th, 2021

⏰ - 10 am - 12:30 pm ET

🎟️ - FREE


Whether you lost your job due to the impacts of COVID-19 or you're just ready for a change, understanding how to shop for jobs is a skill EVERYONE should possess. You never know when you'll need to look for a job, but when you do, you're going to want to find a pretty great opportunity. That's why we're offering this training, "How To Get Hired By An Incredible Company In 2021".

Find Your Dream Employer TODAY!

During this live event, you'll learn:

  • What's holding you back from landing an incredible job
  • How to get noticed by incredible companies

Meet Your Presenters

J.T. O'Donnell

CEO & Head Executive Coach | Work It Daily

J.T. O'Donnell has been in the development, HR, employment and job search industry for 18+ years.

She founded Work It Daily to disrupt the industry and bring career coaching and professional support to professionals of all professions and skill levels. She wanted to make access to professional growth affordable to everyone, not just the elite.

Having written articles for such publications as LinkedIn, INC magazine, Forbes, The New York Times and Hearst, she is an authority in her space and one of the best in the business.

Ariella Coombs

Head Professional Coach | Work It Daily

Ariella Coombs is a career growth specialist at Work It Daily.


She helps people with their career planning and job search strategy so they can achieve success and satisfaction in their careers.


She was personally trained by Work It Daily's head coach and founder, J.T. O'Donnell.

Her advice has been featured in 12+ online publications, including TeenVogue, Business Insider, Forbes, H&R Block, Elite Daily, and more.

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