New York, NY (PRWEB) November 15, 2010
Marketing and Product Development Executive Scott Avidon has been unemployed and searching for work for several months. He recently decided the time had come to take his quest directly to the people. Scott created a blog that offers to pay a referral fee of up to $25,000 for helping him land his next job. As you can imagine, it is generating a great deal of excitement and attention.
In a recent interview Scott stated “I believe in the adage there is strength in numbers and I also believe in expressing my gratitude through action. So, I decided to draw upon the immense reach of the internet and my belief in the kindness of strangers for help. To express my gratitude, I will pay a referral fee of up to $25,000 in cash or gifts to the person who helps me land my next job. The full details are outlined on the blog I created, http://www.Blog.ScottAvidon.com. "
Scott has held Senior Marketing and Product Development roles at luxury brands including Steuben and Rosenthal. In any other economic climate he would have been hired months ago. “With unemployment so high, it’s just a very tough time for so many of us to find our next career challenge and growth opportunity. I live in the NYC Metro area but I will relocate anywhere in the USA for the right opportunity,” said Scott.
When we asked Scott what he would tell anyone wishing to help him he said “I hope to join an innovative, socially conscious, entrepreneurial organization in a senior creative role. Whether I lead its product development or marketing division, Drive innovation and revolution in its internal think tank or manage its new business division, I will create synergy and a single focus with whomever I work. I have yet to find a challenge too unruly or complex for me to tame. My tenacity is fierce as is my loyalty, once given.”
Scott’s blog has links to his website, http://www.ScottAvidon.com where you can download his resume and view his design work. Show Scott that his belief in the kindness of strangers is warranted and help him. You never know, you may end up with an extra $25,000 in your pocket!
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