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When you are looking for a job, there is an interesting dynamic at play. You want — you really need — to understand the pros and cons of a particular job and the organization, but virtually every job applicant I have met is reluctant to ask the questions that might shed light on the central question.
They simply don’t want to be confrontational and risk losing the job.
“…50 to 70 percent of all managers and executives recruited for new positiions fail within the first 24 months.”Corporate Executive Board
Remember, 50 to 70 percent of all managers and executives recruited for new positions fail within the first 24 months, according to the Corporate Executive Board. This Gartner subsidiary has been looking at this issue since the mid-1990s.
In this “new normal” job market, you cannot afford a train wreck employment experience.
That is where hiring an experienced career coach can pay big dividends. They know how to assess the risks and help you frame the questions without setting off any jerk alert alarms.
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