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About Our Executive
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For Candidates
(Tips For Job Hunters)

We work on only a handful of searches at a time, and our clients’ requirements are very specific. Our assignments normally require that the candidate be working in the client's industry, and have extremely narrow experience requirements. It is generally productive to contact us only when you learn that we are working on a position that is a very close match to your experience. However, if you are earning over $100,000 per year and would like to submit a resume, click here. (This link goes only to our resume database, so please do not use it for general email correspondence with us).

Click here if we have contacted you about becoming a candidate for one of our searches - you will learn more about our search process.

We have a web site that provides free job-hunting advice, filled with tidbits and tactics for career-changing six-figure executives: . This site is growing larger by the week, as we continue to add new material to it.

In addition, here you'll find some basic information on job-hunting techniques for executives. Our first and best recommendation to job hunters is to buy the following book, read it cover-to-cover, and do everything it says. The book, Rites of Passage at $100,000 to $1,000,000, is not only the best executive job-hunting book, it is also the best-selling, having sold over 350,000 copies. The author, John Lucht, is a retained executive search consultant, and a high-powered one. The book is informative, funny, and fun-to-read. The following link provides additional information on this book, along with ordering information: Rites of Passage at $100,000. There is no easy and simple way to find a new job, and there is no single technique that is effective enough for you to use exclusively. Instead, you should use a multi-faceted approach, using the techniques you'll read below. You’ll find more details on most everything mentioned here in Rites of Passage, as well as on Job Magician.

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