Education Career Services

January 23, 2009

Free Career Development Advice

Filed under: Career Development,Uncategorized — EducationCS @ 11:31 pm

Today’s threatened economy is creating a genuine sense of crisis for the US labor force. We receive hundreds of calls and e-mails with a resounding theme of ‘help!’

Compelled to offer additional free content to individuals seeking career development advice, we’ve launched an effort to transfer our proprietary knowledgebase and considerable expertise to an online database free to anyone with Internet access. We’re not asking for names or phone numbers; this isn’t a marketing promotion, it’s our effort to help Americans back on their feet.

The growing database is for everyone from students to executives, covering topics such as interview techniques, resume and cover letter tips, insider information, and advice on keeping a job as well as finding and thriving in a new job.

They are intentionally short covering a single point and focusing on ‘why’ as much as ‘how.’ We show you ways to change your attitude and how best to present your value. The list of articles will continue to grow as we harvest our knowledgebase.

Point your browser to and partake!



1 Comment »

  1. Thank you! I have contacted several other agencies that make similar statements but turn out not to be free and just want to take my time up. My main concern right now is trying to find a good stable job and your website and information has allowed me to learn the steps on how I can do that. THANK YOU.

    Comment by Tanya — January 29, 2009 @ 8:45 pm

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