How to find a career coach to suit you

Published: 13 Dec 2010 09:301 comment

Many readers have asked how to go about looking for a career coach. With so many career coaches on the market, it can be hard to know where to begin, but with some key questions and initial research on your part, you'll find someone who can offer you just what you're looking for.

It also depends on the reasons you are looking for a coach

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  • Buster19
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    Oct 14, 15:52
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    I have been unemployed over 5 years. As a mature graduate I get no help from the Job Centre. I have done many back to work courses and worked with different advisors but none have got me into a job. I have been told that there are fake jobs out there but it is difficult to know fake from real. The barriers to entry are so high. I have stopped looking for work as no one wants my degrees, professional diplomas and certificates. The number of real jobs out there are very few. Only an employer can employ me but no one wants me. Therefore I have decided to stop looking for work.

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