For quick reference, here's a table comparing Prehired to everyone else.
Prehired is a lifetime community, with ongoing access to our multiple courses, content updates, mentoring, job references, our active online members-only group, live trainings, our yearly summit and partner job opportunities. We're not a course, a bootcamp, an academy or postsecondary education.
With that in mind, when you're considering how to take your career in a new direction, we suggest you also ask some key questions:
How long does it take to get started? Many programs take weeks or months to even decide whether to let you in. And then you have to wait more weeks to months to start the program. And then you need to invest months in the training. With Prehired, you can apply, interview and find out if you're offered enrollment within days. And you start the program as soon as the day after your enrollment offer.
How much content and training is there? Look how much training they're really giving you. Prehired’s program is 40+ hours in course content, another 20 hours of 1:1 work with your Mentor, plus 60 to 120 hours to run our Career Search Process until you choose the job offer right for you.
Do you have to attend training live? If a program doesn't let you train on your own time (since you may be working a full-time job, have family obligations, etc.), it won't work for you. Our core training is video-based, and you can then schedule live mentoring at your convenience.
How many people have landed jobs? We've got hundreds, with many videos, screenshots, and full names so you can find the people on LinkedIn and elsewhere to verify they're real.
How long does the average member take to land a job? The average member takes about 12 weeks from starting the Prehired program to land a job offer they like. That pace requires putting in 1 hour per day, on average.
How exactly do people get jobs? Unlike other career trainers, we don't demand you move to drop you in any company we want to after your training.
It can sound like a big perk when a trainer says they'll hook you up with work, but wouldn't you rather be confident you can land a job elsewhere when you decide to switch companies?
That's true security in our eyes.
With that in mind, we show you a proven system to do outreach to companies YOU want to work for.
Because the outreach is so targeted, personal and done like a sales professional, members often get interviews with about 50% of companies they contact and offers from around 20%.
(IF you're a fit for a company in our growing partner network, we're happy to make an introduction. We just don't want people coming into the program with that expectation.)
What kind of support is there over time? If a company doesn't offer the lifetime support benefits we listed at the top, what do they offer and for how long?