Company That Applies to Jobs for You

Company That Applies to Jobs for You

Have you ever asked, "Why can’t I just pay to find a job?" Just about everyone hates job hunting but until recently, there was nothing you could do about it.

Find My Profession is the only company in the world that applies to six-figure salary jobs on your behalf AND guarantees employment.

Whether you are sick and tired of applying to jobs on your own or you simply don’t have the time, Find My Profession is the perfect solution.

About Find My Profession

Find My Profession was founded on September 15th, 2015 in the always beautiful San Francisco, California. Since conception, Find My Profession (FMP) has focused on helping individuals through the dreaded process of applying for jobs.

Until FMP, there were two options. You either stuck it out at your horrible job, or you spent hours, weeks, and months searching on your own. There was not a single company in the world where you could simply pay someone to find you a job.

The entire Find My Profession staff of career finders and career coaches come from a diverse recruiting background. In fact, recruiting experience is a requirement to work at Find My Profession.

Their slogan goes something like this… Never search for a job alone job again, let the professionals apply to jobs for you. So, if you have been waiting for a professional service to help with your career transition, here it is.

What’s the process like?

To start the process, Find My Profession requires that you schedule a call with their staff. This call allows both parties to get to know one another, and see if it is a good fit. If both parties decide to move forward, you can proceed with the custom sign-up link that Find My Profession sends you.

After signing up, it’s time to get started on the resume makeover. Resume optimization plays a huge role in your overall resume ranking. The resume service takes about 1-week from the sign up to be completed. During this time, your dedicated Find My Profession account manager will familiarize themselves with your requirements, background, and interests, in order to effectively apply for jobs on your behalf, after you let us know what you like. 

After the resume makeover, the fun can begin. Find My Profession finds and applies to jobs for you with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Essentially, what this guarantee says is that Find My Profession will apply to jobs for you until you have accepted an offer.

How do they bring results?

Find My Profession uses proprietary strategies to help guarantee results. Essentially, they are making you a great resume and applying to jobs for you.

They find jobs from just about every single platform on the internet. These include company websites, job postings, a huge network of professional recruiters and hiring managers, and more. Have you ever wondered why working with recruiters is rarely helpful? It’s because they are limited to the open positions that their agency is assigned too. Since recruiters are paid by the hiring managers, they spend all their time sourcing candidates for open positions. It’s not their job to help you find your dream job. It’s their job to find a great fit for a specific position.

When you pay Find My Profession to find you a job, you are the only focus. They do not have a list of open positions that they try to force you into. Instead, they work indirectly with thousands of hiring managers and recruiters to locate your dream job. Once they find a match, FMP shares your resume with the recruiter or hiring manager as a free referral. This makes hiring managers more likely to consider you for an interview since there is absolutely no placement fee associated with hiring you.

How long does it take to find a job?

Since Find My Profession guarantees their clients results, the question is no longer if it works, but how long it takes. The average customer spends three to six months searching for a job after signing up for the Career Finder. The time can vary drastically and depends on the type of role, location, and more.

A recent article by The Balance titled How Long Does it Take to Find a Job says:

“Over time, experts have estimated it would take very, very roughly one month to find a job for every $10,000 of the paycheck you would like to earn. So, in theory, if you were looking to earn $60,000 a year your job search could take six months.”

Now, I think that is a little bit ridiculous to believe a $250,000 job would take over two years to procure. But, even if it only takes 3 months, I would still rather pay someone a small fee to manage the job search for me.

Whether you are on the market now, or in the future, it’s great to know that there is an alternative to job hunting.

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