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March 20, 2009

Finding that job

OK, yes, times are hard. There are a lot of us out there looking for a decent job and the competition is just killing. However, what makes the difference is who you use to help you get that executive job. Just going to the first company that offers to help isn't the way to do it. When you are in a job you wouldn't choose a supplier that way, would you? That's why it might pay to look at LIGHTSHIP RESEARCH.Here's a testimonial from one of their happy customers:

"I lost my job as Vice President of Sales with a national technology firm and signed up for assistance with a career management firm that turned out to be terrible. I gave them $10K and they did nothing, not even return my calls. I called my lawyer and he got most of my money back and said that his neighbor had used a company called Lightship Research http://www.lightshipresearch.com. They charged less than a quarter of what the other company did and were accessible and they’re for me every step of the way. I even felt like the whole team were my friends and went through the same emotional ups and downs as I did through my job search. It took me 9 weeks and now I am the VP of Sales for a fast growing biometrics company. These are highly hard working and ethical people. I recommend them to everyone I talk to." -M. Olson, PA

March 20, 2009 in Business | Permalink


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