Sooner or later, many job-seekers hit a snag in their job searches. They realize their resume isn’t working. Or they need a more enticing LinkedIn profile. Or they don’t know how to change from one career to another. Perhaps they’re confused about what career they want. Maybe they don’t know how to network, or they realize they never seem to get past the interview. Those and many other situations motivate job-seekers to look for a career practitioner who can offer guidance.
Quintessential Careers, one of the oldest and most comprehensive career-development sites on the Web, has launched Find a Career Expert to help these job-seekers discover the perfect guru to guide their job search or career. On the Find a Career Expert site, users can find career counselors, along with business/entrepreneurial coaches, coaches specializing in career assessments and career choice, and career coaches who address interview skills, cater to executives, guide job searches, help mid-career and nonprofit job-seekers, assist careerists in attaining peak performance, help job-seekers navigate salary negotiation, and guide career-changers through transitions.
Job-seekers also can find professional resume and cover-letter writers, as well as writers who specialize in LinkedIn profiles and CVs (academic, international, and scientific/medical). Find a Career Expert also features life coaches, trainers, designers of online portfolios, experts in human resources and recruiting, and practitioners who can guide job-seekers in the use of social media, personal branding, and networking.
Journalists and bloggers can benefit from the careers-industry expert media sources registered on Find a Career Expert.
Find a Career Expert had its beginnings in the Quintessential Careers Directory of Life and Career Coaches, which will complement Find a Career Expert. On both venues, a growing number of practitioners are joining nearly 100 already listed. On Find a Career Expert, experts provide enhanced information about their services, credentials, and contact information. Job-seekers and careerists have more search and browse options on Find a Career Expert; they can browse based on services offered and credentials and certifications held, and search based on client and industry/occupational specializations.