By Elizabeth Sheer, Cheapism.com
Finding a job -- any job -- when first entering the working world probably comes as a relief. Eventually, though, you may want to launch a DIY career search that gets you on a more directed path. Turning to a career coach can be helpful, but it's also pricey, to the tune of $150 an hour.
According to the experts, finding a career path that leads to a coveted job means following a tried-and-true process. Going about the quest systematically, they note, will make you feel better about yourself and prove more productive. We spoke with two coaches, Steve Lesser, managing partner of Delta Advisors, and Jane Weiland, a resume expert and founder of Hire Education, whose suggestions can set your DIY career search on the right track and get you to the finish line for free.Decide what you want to do.
Decide what you want to do. The first step with any new career-searching client, Lesser says, is identifying theirRead More »from How to Be Your Own Career Coach