We Have Friends

Posted by on Oct 18, 2012 in Blog

We have the greatest customers!

When it comes right down to it, we are very much in the business of people helping people find or create new and rewarding employment opportunities. After all is said and debated about the best way to find new jobs, the fact remains that people don’t hire applications or resumes, they hire people they are comfortable with.

Companies and individuals choose CareerMakers in just the same way. Yes, we help them solve their challenges and needs, but the decision to use our services is really based on personal comfort, that often difficult-to-describe confidence that CareerMakers will offer both the emotional support and the analytical understanding of what it really takes in today’s world to transition from one job to another.

And we know it works, because every week a CareerMakers client gets a new job. We are so blessed to be a part of this achievement, and we are more appreciative of the confidence and support of our business partners who use our services. adidas, Portland General Electric, Clean Water Services, Kershaw Knives/KAI USA, Multnomah Athletic Club and Lewis & Clark College just to name a few.

Thanks to each of you!

Also at the top of our gratitude list are our CareerMakers clients and friends, whose gracious referrals truly reflect our spirit and personal concern for each person we are privileged to serve. The individuals referred to us are very special too. While they are often experiencing trauma and difficulties, they are nonetheless committed to finding a better job for themselves, and they have the willingness to expend the time, energy and effort to make it happen.

Thanks to each of you who have sent folks our way – you are the best!

Making the transition from one job to another is not easy, we understand that every day. But with the dedication shown by our clients and with of individuals people sharing their objectivity, perspective and contacts, the whole process works and the transition is made so much easier than when trying to go it alone.

Thanks to all our friends. Each of you in your own way represents the best in us ….the desire to help and be of service to other people.

Peter