Eric, a junior developer I know, was looking for a job in early March right before the coronavirus hit.
He was in a panic and it wasn’t for toilet paper!
His frustration was understandable since all he had been getting were rejections.
Over 250 resumes sent out… no callbacks.
Numerous job applications… no interest.
LinkedIn, networking events, alumni groups… no leads.
Eric then reached out to me for help & career coaching.
I’m Jason Humphrey and in the last five years, I’ve coached hundreds of bootcamp students and new software developers, helping them fill the gaps in their technical knowledge.
Students who work with me stand out from other job applicants and confidently demonstrate their skills in technical interviews.
This fear has become widespread and almost no industry is unaffected, even in technology.
People are starting to realize how hard it is to get traction in the job market.
Furthermore, job openings are disappearing.
According to a monster poll, 65% of companies have reduced their job listings.
Many in the LinkedIn community are starting to notice this and feel the impact:
Statistics show that about 2.5% of the entire U.S. population works in the technology industry.
Multiply this by 36 million people unemployed due to the pandemic and now
Last year, over 37,000 people went through coding bootcamps and became new developers.
College graduates with computer science-related degrees are expected to reach 65,000 this year.
This adds up to over a million new people in the market, making the job hunt more challenging than ever.
Furthermore, there are some new trends appearing.
This means your resume is not getting through Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), so you could be filtered out by knockout questions and frequency limits.
Most people have learned to use the “mass apply” method for their job hunt.
Also called the “spray and pray” method by some, the primary strategy is to apply for every job you see.
On average, people land 2 interviews out of every 100 applications submitted.
When you account for the increased competition in the tech industry now, statistically, this strategy won’t cut it.
Furthermore, the majority of current job seekers are new to the market, either for the first time ever or for the first time in many years.
Most of the time, this is because of how your resume is written.
When Eric reached out to me, I noticed he had a standard resume that listed everything he did in previous job roles – probably similar to yours.
He was instantly rejected numerous times and got no traction because of the Applicant Tracking System (ATS) that screens your resume.
Additionally, Eric’s LinkedIn profile was not optimized for advanced recruiter searches.
First, we took inventory of his skills & compared them to what the job market demanded.
Then, we minimized rejections by updating his resume to include specific market keywords and frequency limits.
We also increased the number of phone interviews received by using his story and experience to demonstrate value to the reader.
Lastly, we got more search views on Eric’s LinkedIn by using market keywords across his profile.
Within a week of completing all these updates,
He went from having near-zero interest from any companies to having several messages for interview requests, and even second interviews within two weeks.
Shortly after this, to his surprise, Eric had two companies compete for him to fill an entry-level coding position in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic!
The process I worked through with Eric is essential for a software developer’s career, especially in these difficult times.
Now, I’ve adapted that process into a step-by-step system any developer can follow.
Here’s how it works:
You’ll receive a 10-minute video lesson and worksheet every morning.
Each lesson will contain actionable steps to help you implement a strategy proven to work in times like this, just like Eric did.
To truly stand out in this market, you’ll need to dedicate about 1 hour to the challenge each day, for 10 days.
If you accept the challenge, your goal will be to TAKE ACTION and complete the tasks given to you each day, for 10 days starting May 25th.
Yes, there will be some prep-work.
Yes, there will be homework.
But each day you’ll be taking steps toward landing job interviews, despite this current pandemic.
Our only question for you is…
This 10-day Challenge is not just some course you’ll never use.
We combine the right knowledge with the nudge you need to ace your job search during a difficult time like this.
I recognize this is an investment to make, but would hate for you to miss this opportunity because you’re not sure if it will work for you.
This system has helped people find jobs already,
so here’s my offer to you:
Use my strategies to update your resume, portfolio and LinkedIn.
If my system does not give you the confidence or preparation you need, I will refund your money, no questions asked.
This is a risk-free offer!
So, what are you waiting for?!
Now is the best time to sign up!
The challenge will also close May 25th at 11:59 pm
Lock yourself in at the lower price today.
Click the Sign Up Now button and fill out the details on the next page.
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Once you submit your information, you’ll receive an email with all the details you need before the challenge starts on May 25th.
I look forward to hearing your success story at the end of this challenge!
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