Women Warriors - Take Control of Your Career and Find A Job You Love

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Join the Women Warriors show this coming Wednesday, Jun 25th at Noon ET, as we discuss the very important topic of taking control of your career and find a job that you love with our special guest, Abby Kohut.  Consider how many people may be dissatisfied with the job they currently have now.   One recent survey conducted by the national executive search firm FPC found that 79% said they “were planning on looking for a new job once the economy improves.”  If you are one of those or looking for your next opportunity, you will not want to miss our show!

Abby Kohut, a brave Human Resources professional, has stepped forward to share the secrets of her industry and to help the unemployed fill the more than 3 million open jobs.  Aside from teaching job search skills, Abby also inspires those that are out of work to not lose faith that they will find a job. Abby, who is known as “Absolutely Abby” because she tells job seekers the absolute truth, has held positions from corporate recruiter to Senior Director of Recruiting over the past 18 years.  In 2009, Abby shifted her focus to concentrate on helping candidates land their dream jobs and has spoken to over 300 job search groups.  In 2012, Abby and her husband Ken left their home in NJ to travel across the country in an RV in order to fulfill Abby’s goal to educate one million job seekers. This cross country speaking tour is a project which has been self-funded since its inception. You can learn more about Abby at www.AbsolutelyAbby.com.

Abby was selected as one of the top 100 influential people online according to Fast Company Magazine and was named as one of “The Monster 11 for 2011: Career Experts Who Can Help Your Job Search”. AbsolutelyAbby.com was named as one of the Top 100 Career Sites by Forbes in 2013.

 

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