Career Coach

Career coaches help people find the job that suits them best. They work with clients to prepare themselves to become employable with resume support and interview preparation.

$30,000 - $80,000+

Education Varies

Moderate Demand

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Kadine Cooper

Career Transition Coach – HR Consultant – Speaker – Facilitator

Born & raised in Toronto. Started my professional career in a very eclectic manner before having my passion in serving other. I started my own career transition coaching practice officially in 2020. After being in the Talent Advisor space for 16+years, I wanted to make more of an impact in the career development of other women.

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Now I am committed to helping women design their career brand, target their ideal employer, land their dream job and earn the compensation they deserve.. but first I use a holistic approach to help them figure out what they truly want out of a career, what makes them happy, what lights them up and gets them excited about the day…then I journey with them to ensure they have the right strategies in place to achieve their goals. At the end of the day we spend so much time in our careers and I believe that everyone should love what they do.

What is your educational background?
Seneca – HR Management 

What are your daily responsibilities?
Identifying clients’ skills and helping them improve these skills or develop new ones. Assisting clients during the job searching process by providing them with interview preparation and résumés/cover letters advice. Facilitating conflict resolution by helping the client develop emotional intelligence.

What advice would you give to the 15 – 18 year old version of yourself?
You were created in the image of GOD and are here to leave the world better than you found it. Always be your true and authentic self. Shine your light bright and don’t let anyone dim your light.

People will forget what your did, People will forget what your said, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

– Maya Angelou

Core Responsibilities


 Help clients set and work towards career-related goals


Coach clients on building self confidence, employment skills and physichal/mental goal setting


Act as a mentor and someone for their clients to confide in. 

Typical Workplace

  • Employers include colleges and universities, and large companies and organizations
  • Most are self-employed
  • Coaches employed at companies usually work regular office hours
  • Self-employed coaches have more flexible schedules
    Travel to meet with clients or attend industry events

Attributes & Abilities 

Creativity Skills
Analytical and problem-solving skills
Organized & detail-oriented
Communication skills
Collaborative Skills

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