Our program is designed to get people to work quickly... at savings of over 95%.
Williamsville, NY (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Jack Barrett, CEO of Get The Right Career, announced an expanded assistance program for the unemployed and those transitioning to a new career. The firm has parlayed its 20 years of career transition and coaching experience to develop a program that features videos and critical information to help participants find a job 50 percent quicker than those who don’t follow a formal program.
“Some companies can charge up to $6,000 per person for similar programs,” said Barrett. “Our program is designed to get people to work quickly and offers a self-assessment option or an optional intensive 40-page report at savings of over 95%.”
Motivation is an attribute that can often be in short supply when an individual has lost their job, been unemployed for an extended amount of time or can’t launch their career. In a recent story by Althea Chang for WNYC, many with two- and four-year degrees are questioning their education, job prospects and the cost of student loans to obtain a degree.
New grads and those with extensive work histories are finding themselves moving back in with family, taking jobs in which they’re underemployed and experiencing a severe lack of motivation. The same individuals are experiencing depression and apathy as new careers are put on hold and the skills to find new employment are lacking.
GetTheRightCareer.com offers a 10-module video series that provides job seekers with essential information needed to take advantage of job opportunities. The program features a professional 40-page assessment and a one-hour training video that can be purchased to compliment the motivational video series, along with face time with industry professionals. A free self-assessment option is also available.
The center conducts professional evaluations, provides access to job search tools and facilitates participants’ journey on their career path. Those in the program learn how to deal with change productively and use their strengths and abilities. Motivation is an essential element for landing employment successfully and GetTheRightCareer.com helps clients crystallize their drive into enduring motivation.
Those trying to transition to a new career path and individuals without the benefit of an outplacement package from a former employer can also benefit from the program’s motivational style, combined with critical information for locating employment in a new and changing job market. Get The Right Career provides participants with a variety of techniques to reenter the job market with renewed vigor.
GetTheRightCareer.com provides graduates and those faced with finding a new career with the skills to write resumes, navigate the interview process and locate hidden job markets. The center’s video series provides individuals from a comprehensive number of industries with the tools and information needed to locate employment, begin a new career and transition into the next phase of their employment.
Barrett can be reached by phone at 716-913-4445. For more information, visit the website at http://www.gettherightcareer.com.