Get a job in Paris: the power of Porot

Are you living in one of the tents lined along the Seine? (God forbid, are you this woman?)
Getting by on a croissant-a-day diet?
Do not despair mes cheris, PetiteBrigitte has all the answers.

At the risk of sounding melodramatic, I have found your SAVIOR.

If you are looking for your dream job, look no further than Daniel Porot. Daniel is one of Europe’s pioneers in Career Design and Job Hunting. He is best friends and business partners with Richard Bolles (author of “What Color is Your Parachute?”) and his website should cost you a fortune to access because of the treasure trove of advice. Miraculously, it is FREE. Just register.

I have just spent a week with Daniel in person. He is an attractive sixty-something man (did I just say that?) who now lives in Geneva but spends a lot of time in Paris. His optimism and straightforward advice were inspirational. He can tell you story after story of expatriates who have landed their dream jobs in France– against all odds. He is also available for one-on-one coaching/consulting… for those with no job experience, or seasoned professionals wanting to restart their career.

The best news of all: Daniel emphatically asserts that a work visa is NOT difficult to attain in France. His site tells you the ins-and-outs of how to conduct your job search (stealthy), and the end result: visa, salary, benefits, you name it.

The site gives advice and has interactive practice sessions for such things as:
– interview questions
– how to negotiate salary
– and picking the best job in the first place!

So write your ticket to success. Ladies and gentleman, you will thank me for this site.

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