"Job candidates take online courses, webinars and other training programs to take charge of their own careers."
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 05, 2013
Career advancement is currently the top issue impacting job satisfaction, according to international recruiting firm 24 Seven’s fourth annual Salary and Job Market Report.
So how does one keep their skill set current and advance their career? A recent online poll conducted by 24 Seven revealed that 93% of respondents consider career pathing to be the individual’s responsibility, rather than the responsibility of the employer.
“We meet with candidates everyday who are taking online courses, attending webinars, and joining industry associations that provide development programs,” said Celeste Gudas, CEO and Founder of 24 Seven. “We offer ongoing training to our candidates to help them navigate this process and take charge of their own careers.”
Click here to learn more about 24 Seven’s training courses, which include Resume Design Clinic, Career GPS, Intro to Powerpoint, Portfolio Creation, and Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop Training.
About 24 Seven
As an international strategic resource for talent management, 24 Seven helps creatively driven brands identify, recruit and secure game-changing talent. Our innovative approach combines global reach, industry expertise and market intelligence to deliver top performers that advance the unique business goals of our clients.
Ranked by Crain’s New York Business as the 5th Largest Executive Recruiter in New York, we are the go-to talent source supporting the world’s top teams in Fashion, Retail, Marketing, Advertising, Interactive/Digital, E-commerce, Design, Beauty, Events and Sports/Lifestyle. Our strategic recruiting professionals have either personally worked in or recruited exclusively for the industry practice they serve. Their hands-on experience makes them experts at perfectly matching candidates to clients. For more information, visit http://www.24seventalent.com.
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