Shouldn’t you have a CAREER ADVISOR?

The Barry Cohen Difference:

Say “Goodbye” to doing a job search alone and dealing with  1) Emotional Discomfort,  2) Fear of Being Wrong, 3) Fear of Rejection.

Say “Hello” to a new opportunity.

There is a myth in job hunting that terminated employees just needed a desk, a phone, and a little career counseling. My experience clearly shows that downsized workers need qualified, reliable and realistic career advice more than anything else.


I take a non-traditional, marketing approach and establish the four (4)  stages in setting up a job hunting campaign that works:

1. Know the product (you) and what we are selling  -  assessment of your skills and the value you bring to your next employer; how you should be positioned to create the best, possible candidate  -  you!

2. Get the interview  -  I will craft a powerful, potent and killer broadcast cover letter that will make the reader want to meet you. Launch the campaign and generate multiple interviews.

3. Get the offer  -  You will get  individual scripting with polished answers to the most difficult interview questions: “So, tell me about yourself?” “Why should we hire you?” “Why did you leave you last position?” “How much money are you looking for?” etc, etc, etc. You will be armed to the teeth for any situation!

4. Get the money  -  You never get the money you deserve but you will get the money you can negotiate. We will work out a negotiating strategy.

The best people do not get hired   -  the people who know how to get hired, get hired...and I will coach and empower you to get hired.

For a no-cost, no-obligation meeting to see how we can work together, please call in confidence:

Barry Cohen, The Career Counselor



                                  101 West 31st Street

                                  Suite 1435

                                  New York, NY 10001

                          To contact us:

                                  Phone: 646-344-7343

                                  Fax: 646-344-7349


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Barry Cohen

The Career Counselor

"If you job hunt like everyone else, you end up like everyone else."