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Career Coaching by Former Fortune 500 Recruiters

SixFigureStart Free Ask A Recruiter Coaching Call This Friday, May 1


If you could ask a recruiter anything you wanted to know about how hiring really works, what would you ask?  Email your career questions to caroline@sixfigurestart.com.  



SixFigureStart Free Ask-A-Recruiter Coaching Call

Friday, May 1 at 1p EST

SixFigureStart (www.sixfigurestart.com, Career Coaching By Former Fortune 500 Recruiters) hosts a free coaching call to answer your career questions.  To join the call:


Dial 712 775 7100

Use code 151675#


No need to preregister but if you want to hear a recording of the call, email caroline@sixfigurestart.com to get the playback instructions.


SixFigureStart is a career coaching firm comprised of former Fortune 500 recruiters and specializing in coaching Generation Y students and young professionals.  SixFigureStart co-founders Connie Thanasoulis and Caroline Ceniza-Levine have a combined 40 years of HR and business experience.  Connie led campus recruiting and new hire programming for Citigroup, Pfizer and Merrill Lynch.  Caroline led campus recruiting and new hire programming for Time Inc and has also recruited for Accenture, Booz Allen, Oliver Wyman, Disney ABC, TV Guide, and others.  Connie and Caroline are the online coaches for Vault.com and Wetfeet.com, career columnists for CNBC.com and Conde Nast’s Portfolio.com, and adjunct assistant professors of Professional Development at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs. 


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