Get The Right Career Announces Services to Assist the Unemployed, Underemployed, and Those Seeking a New Career

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics data for May confirms that unemployment and underemployment continue to show very little sign of improvement. Get The Right Career has developed a proven cost-effective program that can reverse this trend for motivated candidates.

Visitors to the website can obtain a a number of free resources including The Number 1 Step to Ensure Success and Happiness in Your Career video...and the 7 Day Job Search Video Series.

According to figures released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the month of May, the employment situation isn’t getting much better for those who have been unemployed for 27 weeks or longer and many more employees were reduced to part-time status. The key for many who have found employment successfully was the services offered by Get The Right Career.

“In our 20 years of experience, we have discovered the secret to having an individual successfully navigate the job search process and get down the learning curve in 30 days or less with the least amount of effort in their job search campaign,” said Jack Barrett, spokesman for Get The Right Career. “Our $197 Basic Program offers a savings of more than 90 percent from the career transition programs offered by many corporations to displaced employees.”

Get The Right Career is assisting the unemployed and underemployed with free online video modules and a 10 Module Online Career Transition Program. The firm provides specific information to assist individuals locate employment 50 percent quicker than through the traditional job search process. Free self-assessment tools are provided within the program and a professional 40-page career assessment can be purchased that includes a one-hour training video.

Many of the nation’s jobless were terminated without the benefit of transitional training or assistance when they lost their employment. Get The Right Career works closely with clients in various stages of the job search process including those who didn’t receive outplacement packages from their employers, those that are either underemployed or may be seeking a career change, individuals that may be returning to the work force after an extended absence and graduates who can’t find work in their designated field.

Employment in the U.S. declined sharply in response to media reports of worsening economic conditions around the world. In a global economy, the economic difficulties in any country have dire economic consequences for many others. The key for many individuals who have found new employment in the U.S. was the services offered by Get The Right Career.

Career transition planning, coaching, resume writing and distribution, along with techniques for making a positive impression in the interview process are all specifically designed to assist job seekers in setting their career path on the fast track. Clients can avail themselves of assessments to help discover their skills, strengths and weaknesses. The firm offers international services to foreign clients and includes articles such as Resumes for Freshers and Australian Resumes on their website at http://www.GetTheRightCareer.com.

Visitors to the website can obtain a a number of free resources including “The Number 1 Step to Ensure Success and Happiness in Your Career” video, a Job Search MindMap that outlines the steps that must be considered in the career transition, and the “7 Day Job Search Video Series.” Access to the free content area is also included.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics report clearly demonstrates the need for the unemployed and underemployed to avail themselves of resources that will improve their chances of finding work. Get The Right Career helps individuals obtain a job 50 percent quicker than those who utilize traditional methods and the firm offers a convenient online platform that can be accessed anytime for increased employment success.

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