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We are happy to announce the arrival of Work It Daily's first online career change boot camp! If you're looking to change careers after a layoff, or are unhappy in your current career, you can't pass up this exclusive opportunity.


Join Work It Daily's founder and CEO, J.T. O'Donnell, and head career coach, Ariella Coombs on Thursday, October 22nd, 10am-2:30pm EST and learn everything you need to know in order to conduct a successful career change in 2020, for just $7!

Whether you suffered job loss, were furloughed, or kept your job but remain unhappy, this year had made a lot of people take a second look at their career. Many professionals have realized that they want to pivot and change careers. It could be a new position or a completely new industry—there are many professionals looking to make a change.

Feeling lost? Insecure? Nervous? Don't worry, we want to help you change that with this boot camp.

Interested? Sign Up Here!

What To Expect...

Work It Daily's online career change boot camp agenda

We hope to see you there!



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