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Title:          How to Get a Job in 30 Days or Less
Focus: Job Search
Series: CareerSearch
Craig Palma

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How to Get a Job in 30 Days or Less

We don’t have the luxury of time to look for a job anymore. There are bills to pay and mouths to feed.  Craig will give you insights on how you can better prepare for your next job search and how you can more quickly land a job.

In fact, Craig will showcase how you can remove the barriers to employment.  You will learn five specific guidelines that allow people to gain employment in as little as four weeks when you follow all five steps they will obtain employment. You will learn how hundreds of his clients over the past twenty years used these techniques and he will share insights on common mistakes that prevented his clients from fully leveraging this program.

Presenter: Craig Palma

The quintessential example of hard work and as a trainer and motivator of success-driven personalities. Craig provides individuals with strategies and techniques that empower people to obtain lifelong success with employment and life. Craig shows people how to remove barriers and overcome obstacles and achieve “TREMENDOUS” success. Craig was born into poverty in New York City, NY, the Harlem section of New York’s inner city fraught with urban-societal issues, mainly drugs.

Craig was raised by his grandmother who cared for him and father who sold drugs for a living. Positive images were hard to come by. He graduated from high school when many died before the age of 17. Many individuals with Craig’s poor past academic record who grew up in similar environments, find themselves permanently relegated to states of disenfranchisement, poverty, and failure, but not Craig A. Palma. After years of failure and success, Craig connected with his inner greatness when he attended a three-week employment program called Strive in 1993 and began to focus on creating success in other people’s lives, by teaching the necessary skills to gain employment.