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PeTelegraph Partnershiprsonal Career Management has joined forces with Telegraph Media Group (TMG) to expand its career platform. Telegraph Media Group’s Digital Manager is very pleased by the selection of Personal Career Management. 

“We wanted the best in the business to work with us and looked at a large number of companies before selecting Personal Career Management. We feel they provide a quality service aHandshakend are very current in their techniques, which is vital in today’s challenging job market. As such, they have a huge amount to offer the Telegraph’s readers”.

Personal Career Management is the choice for many high flying executives and senior management whether they are being made redundant, want a change of career or simply feel they want to be in more control of their own career. They demand the best in professional services and recognise that Personal Career Management holds a unique position in the career management market, offering a results focused, personal service where each client has their own expert career coach.


What we offer for TelegraphJobs readers

FREE introductory meeting – to find out how a programme can support your specific needs.

Industry leading career management support programmes including: Outplacement Support, Job Hunting, Career Change, Career Management, Graduate Job Search and Start Your Own Business.

Comprehensive support from your own dedicated career coach through face to face meetings or remote support via video Skype.

 

To see if career coaching can help you and your situation, Personal Career Management offer a free introductory meeting for Telegraphjobs readers, send your CV and complete the contact form or call 0345 686 0745 to take advantage of the offer.

 

Recent articles written or contributed to by Personal Career Management which feature on the Telegraph website:

How to highlight your achievements on your CV

New Year, new job: how to change career

The seven deadly CV sins

How should you ask for a pay rise?

How to go back to work after a summer holiday – and beat the blues

 

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