and Career Coaches Volunteer Career Development Services to Help the Unemployed Find Jobs

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1 out of every 10 Americans is fighting unemployment. To solve this problem, and career coaches are volunteering their services to help ease unemployment by offering free webinars on career development.

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Their simple goal is to end unemployment. and expert career coaches from all across the United States are volunteering their services to help unemployed Americans find jobs. BigMarker, a web conferencing community, understands that as unemployment rises and citizens worry about the economy then businesses need to help ease the uncertainty before another recession occurs.

BigMarker's career development platform allows anyone to participate in and watch all of the career coaching seminars. They want to rejuvenate the economy through free and accessible education.

"After teaching and coaching 750 people last year on how to manage their careers, I've found that the issue is rarely a resume or lack of skills, but an absence of confidence in themselves," Tracy Brisson, the CEO of The Opportunities Project, stated. "I'm excited to share what's worked for my clients to all the job seekers participating in this series!"

"We developed these sessions to combat unemployment and stimulate the minds of job seekers," Zhu-Song Mei, CEO of BigMarker, stated. "I am tired of waiting for the government to step in and help the American people. Instead, the private sector must work together and help this great country get back on its feet."

The webinars will focus on a variety of topics. Example conferences include: Michael Yubloski, DIY E-Marketing, is hosting sessions on how to use LinkedIn and Wordpress as a resource. Corey Harlock, Skills to Achieve, discusses how to find employment after being unemployed for six months. Sean Cook, Higher Ed Career Coach, will critique resumes.

By partnering, BigMarker and the career experts are creating a foundation for American workers.Their simple goal is to end unemployment. is a virtual round table for meetings, events, and free web conferences. BigMarker was founded in 2010 and is based out of Chicago. Their mission is to to make the world accessible, enabling everyone to share, host, grow, and connect with other communities around the world.


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