When mom and dad’s job advice won’t cut it
Called Coach Connect, the new offering will provide users with access to professional career coaches, who offer services like resume review and editing, career Q+As via phone or Skype, and personalized job search or networking plans. The Muse, which will take a cut of the fee paid for each session, has created a tiered pricing model where coaching is priced from $75 per hour up to $500 per hour, depending on the experience of the coach and the service provided.
“The current market [for personalized career help] is fragmented,” says CEO and co-founder Kathryn Minshew, noting that people often just ask friends and family for advice, despite knowing that their personal circle may not have the right expertise. Even those who decide to hire a pro may just go to Google to find him or her. Minshew is hoping The Muse will become a “more trusted and efficient” source of professional help.
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