Queries about Career Coaching/ Mentor

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chinguyen95
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Hello everyone,

I'm a PhD student, currently in my 3rd year and I'll graduate in Feb 2023.

I'm planning for my PhD exit and I'm looking for jobs in Finance and Management Consulting. However, I feel stress and got stuck. I'd really need your help!


So far, I have found several online careers coaching in London but I don't know which is the best and will it worth of money. I'm also reaching out on Linkedin and seeking for a mentor, unfortunately, I got no responds T_____T

Therefore, I'd love to know whether you folks know any reliable careers coaching service or who are willing to be a mentor (I don't mind paying money), please let me know! Very appreciated it!

Also, planning and practicing for the tests alone is quite daunting:angel::angel:If you'd love to join me and share your experience, feel free to hit me up!


Thanks,
Claire!
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I have never heard of "careers coaching", at least in the way you have described, but it sounds like nonsense. You should just use your university careers service instead, which is free and be more likely to give impartial advice.
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