an important announcement

After much discussion and deliberation, elarie consulting will be ending our journey in the job seeking solution realm as of June 30, 2019.  

We have passionately built this business over the past 3 years and helped so many people show up in their career journey with absolute confidence, resulting in landing better jobs, making more money, and overall becoming happier individuals. And just like our clients, we are making that leap for ourselves by transitioning our energy into other passions and projects that we know will enhance and fulfill our personal careers as well. 

We are so proud of the work that we’ve done, and not only want to end this journey on a high note - but make sure we’re not leaving any person we’ve ever encountered without the tools to keep growing in their career.

From now until the end of June all of our programs and offerings currently on our website will still be available to you, as well as a special offer of our ultimate job seekers workbook and our custom designed resume templates that have helped our clients land job after job. 

The ultimate job seekers workbook goes over everything from crafting resumes and cover letters, utilizing and building out a linked profile, properly searching for and applying to jobs, interviewing, and following up. The workbook also provides you with space to fill in all of these details as many times as you need to throughout your career. We've used this workbook in our ultimate job seekers workshop, and have received rave responses from the work that we've put into this from our attendees.

Additionally, we’re going to be bundling this workbook with our customized resume and cover letter templates we have been using for years that have securely landed our clients their dream jobs. There are four (4) different Word templates for you to utilize - and rather than just letting you pick one, we're going to give you all of them. 

The ultimate job seekers workbook and our resume/cover letter templates cost $85 for the entire bundle and will be available as a digital download on our website from now until the end of June. Once you purchase it, you'll see it land directly into your email inbox!

If you ever thought about working with us, considered a career change, or just know that sometime in the future you're going to want to find a better job - we promise that this workbook and our templates will get you to the place you need to be.

You will still be hearing from us until the end of june, and are welcome to reach out to us at any time with any specific questions you may have at elarie@elarieconsulting.com or by replying to this email.

Thank you all for your continuous support and faith in our abilities to help you over the years! We wish you nothing but success and happiness in your career journey!

- kayla & rachele

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