Recent Graduate Offers $25,000 Referral Fee
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Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Project Portfolio Management Executive Geoff Crane recently graduated from university as a mature student. On his return to the job market he has been unable to find work despite aggressive searching. Frustrated with his lack of progress, Geoff has made his job search public with an unusual offer. If you help him land his next job, he will pay you a referral fee of up to $25,000. Social media is abuzz with excitement as users flip through electronic rolodexes in a bid for the prize.
In a recent interview, Geoff describes the source of his struggle. The job search is about connections, he suggests. I spent ten years of my life overseas, another three working from a home office, then left the workforce altogether to return to university. Ive been physically removed from those people at home I can best help. Fantastic experience just isnt enough anymore. I need help with my professional network if Im to get back to doing what I love.
When asked what that is, he replied, I love people. In my opinion, theres no better place for a philanthropist to be than right at the heart of a project management office. Its so rewardinghelping an organization build a vision and then rallying an army around that visionyou can see the thrill of success in the eyes of each and every person who contributes. Were all in this together, you say to yourself. Theres a terrific feeling of solidarity.
Cash isnt the only reward Geoff is offering. I figured that not everyone would be interested in cash. If I were to offer alternatives, Id want them to be amazing, once-in-a-lifetime type deals. So I called in some favours and my friends have put some truly extraordinary package ideas together for the winner.
Geoffs website, http://www.geoffcrane.com, contains his resume and endorsements of his work. You can also find details of the contest, its terms and conditions, and learn more about his story.
Life is too short to spend it locked in an unfruitful job search, quips Geoff. There are too many other exciting things to do!
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