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You vs. Your Competition: The Most Valuable Information for Any Executive

How Do You Compare To Other Executives In Job Search?

In today’s market, competition is fierce. Find out how you compare with other executive. Put a check-mark beside each item that applies to you. When you are finished and are at the bottom of the page, click “See How You Compare” and a report will appear showing you how you compare with other executives.

After you finish this exercise, please contact us and let’s discuss how to ensure your job search success.

WHY EXECUTIVES ENGAGE IN A JOB SEARCH

Seeking Better Opportunity
Want Bigger Challenge
Increased Income
More Responsibility
Security Issues
Lack Access to Right Job Openings
Can’t Get Meaningful Interviews
Lack Industry Options
Resume Could Use Improvement
Came in 2nd In Final Interviews
Financial Requirements Not Being Met
Haven’t had to look for a job in a long time
Reached a plateau and are unsure about next move
Don’t have the time to conduct a proper search
At critical career juncture – can’t make a mistake

EXPERIENCE LEVELS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Worked with Senior Management
Multiple Project Experience
Team Building
Occupied Director Level or Higher Positions
P & L Responsibility
Worked on Complex Problems
Revenue Generation
Negotiation Responsibility

PERCEIVED PERSONAL LIABILITIES

Unemployed
No Fortune 500 Experience
Age
Single Industry Experience
Job Jumping or Too Short Tenure in Last Three Jobs
Lack of Title Progression
Employer Failure Or Performance
Overqualified

EDUCATION
Most of our successful executives have a college degree. While an advanced degree
is not required for career success, it does provide an edge, especially when it
comes time to compare those qualifications you have with others applying for the
same position.

BA / BS Degree
MS / MA / MBA
PhD
JD/LLB
Some or No College

CAREER MANAGEMENT HISTORY
Some positions do not require people management, but in today’s marketplace, that
is becoming a rare animal. People make a company a success or a failure. Those that
can effectively manage people are a valuable asset to a corporation.

Managed
Managed 5 to 50 people
Managed 51 – 150 people
Managed 151 to 300 People
Managed 300+ People
Personal Responsibility Up To $25M
Personal Responsibility From $26-$100M
Managed Over $100M

INCOME RANGES

$75K – $90K
$91 – $125K
$126K – $175K
$176K -$225K
$226K – $300K
Over $300K

 


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