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WHAT IS A CAREER COACH?

Career Coaches work with individuals from various professions and skill sets. The coach evaluates their abilities and provides career support and direction to help them achieve their goals. Career coaches understand the intricacies of various career requirements, as well as current job markets and trends. They are generally skilled in relationship building and can provide […]

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Career Coaches work with individuals from various professions and skill sets. The coach evaluates their abilities and provides career support and direction to help them achieve their goals. Career coaches understand the intricacies of various career requirements, as well as current job markets and trends. They are generally skilled in relationship building and can provide mentoring to aid in career development. After gauging your abilities and skills, they can determine your aptitude for certain professions.

A summary of some of the value provided by career coaches include:

  • Aptitude tests
  • Networking skills
  • Resume writing
  • Interview coaching
  • Job readiness evaluation
  • In person or online mentoring
  • Evaluation of strengths and areas of improvement
  • Skill based job placements
  • Self development coaching
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