Next Level Initiates Geographical Targeting for Top Level Candidates

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Next Level today initiates the Geographical Targeting concept for top level executive candidates.

Next Level today initiates the Geographical Targeting concept for top level executive candidates. Effective immediately, Geographical Targeting will be incorporated into the Executive Directive Program which Next Level established and has been continuously expanded to meet the needs of top level executive men and women who want a career transition that includes upward mobility, expanded responsibilities and executive authority along with enhanced compensation. CEO of Next Level Jack Robbins says, "A man or woman's compensation can be a factor geographically but there is the added fact of an executive's preference. Let's not assume that because one is currently living in Wisconsin that one might not prefer to be in Arizona, for example."

"It is said that most people are no more than fifty miles away from their birthplace at the time of their passing," says Jack Robbins. "This fact, if it is true, does not discredit the reality that people are more mobile than ever before and the old pattern of executives working for one company in the same location for their entire career is quaint but outmoded."

The Geographical Targeting concept allows a man or woman to incorporate those considerations into their campaign planning assigning them the priority that they deem necessary. "When an executive has delivered great performance over the years and built up a an array of skills and capabilities, the resulting recognition should allow them to dictate the terms of their next engagement to a greater degree," says Jack Robbins.

The Geographical Targeting concept of the Executive Directive program is available immediately.

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