Can I Hire Someone to Find Me a Job?

Can I Hire Someone to Find Me a Job?

Have you ever asked yourself, "Can I hire someone to find me a job?"

If so, you are not alone. People have been asking this question for years and until recently, there has never been a good answer. Securing a job requires a few key ingredients:

  1. Crisp, clean, and polished resume
  2. An all-star LinkedIn profile
  3. A whole bunch of time

Number one and two are pretty easy to find. You can get a great resume makeover from one of the million resume writers on the internet. You can also update your LinkedIn profile by yourself, or pay someone to do it for you.

The hardest part

The hardest part about securing a new job is the time it takes to fill out applications, network, and secure interviews. This brings me back to the original question, “Can I hire someone to find me a job?” Yes. Finally, there is an option!

Company that finds your job

Find My Profession is truly the only service where you can hire someone to find your job. They are an executive career service designed for six-figure earners in the United States. What makes them so unique is their job seeker-focused approach to recruiting.

Most recruiters work for hiring managers to fill open positions. Find My Profession does not! They work directly for job seekers to find positions that align with their career goals. Find My Profession takes care of your Resume & LinkedIn + offers 1-on-1 job interview prep. They will literally find jobs and fill out the applications for you!

I know. Sounds too good to be true, right? I haven’t even shared the best part. Find My Profession is so confident in their Career Finder strategies that they back it up with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. In other words, they commit to working with clients until they accept a job offer of their dreams.

Will I qualify for the service?

There is one downer to the Find My Profession services. They are selective and turn away people they cannot help.

Find My Profession can be very selective about who they work with. There are a few qualifications that you are going to want to meet before considering these services.

  1. Do you make six-figures annually? (required)
  2. Do you live in the United States? (required)
  3. Are you currently employed? (preferred)
  4. Do you zero gaps in your resume? (preferred)

If you aren’t a six-figure executive working in the U.S., it is highly unlikely that Find My Profession can work with you.

What is the cost?

A reasonable question to ask yourself after discovering such a service is, “How much does it cost?”

Find My Profession understands that time is money. It takes the average six-figure executive 6-12 months to find a new job. During that time, the executive is losing potential income. For just a small one time fee, Find My Profession cuts that time in half while doing all the work for you.

Schedule an intro call at Find My Profession to see if you qualify.

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