I created this site for all the people who want to know what it takes to get the job they want and all the people that have “just one quick question.”
My name is John Dyer and I’m an Executive Recruiter with expertise in Accounting and Finance. This has been my life for the better part of the last 20 years. Because of my expertise in helping people get great jobs, people from all kinds of industries often turn to me for career advice. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve tried to “download” everything I can to help someone in 30 minutes before their interview.
Each time I dole out the tidbits of information on job searching, the nuggets of information I’ve gleaned from thousands and thousands of job searches I’ve conducted and candidates I’ve coached, I’ve often thought, “Man, it sure would be great to package this all together in one place; it sure would be great to be able to direct people to a place filled with the most essential and straightforward information to manage their job search and their career options.”
Well, I finally decided to do something about it.
I created this website because of these literally thousands and thousands of people who’ve asked for career advice. I sincerely enjoy this part of my chosen profession: I get to help people. And you know what? People notice. When you do something you enjoy, people notice. And when you do something for people because you simply enjoy helping, they really notice. And sometimes, they spread the word.
So packaging together my insight, ideas and opinions into a website like this really seemed liked a natural next step. After all, the recruiting firm I currently own and manage closes dozens, sometimes over a hundred searches every year. But in order to close all those searches, we talk to thousands of people in order to zero in on the perfect match for a particular position–the person who will ultimately win the job.
Maybe you are one of them. Or perhaps you stumbled upon us in a lucky break. Either way, I want to help you get what you want. I hope you enjoy the material here and find it valuable in your job search.
So click to the left and check it out, if you haven’t already. Take it in as much as you can, check out the resources we recommend, follow the career advice where you can and feel free to leave the rest when it’s not for you. The good news here is that having a One-Stop Career Center gives you knowledge – some of which you already have, I’m sure, and some of which you may not have thought of. But knowledge is power, my friends. With a little preparation and determination, you too can win the job!
Good luck in your search!