So, does actually finding a new job entail hiring a small team of assistants? In a Wall Street Journal article, a graduate of Georgetown University's MBA program extols on the virtues of the services of a career coach. They can offer advice on how to nail the interview and keep a good attitude throughout the job hunt.
On her career blog, Alison Doyle advises job hunters to use resume writing and editing services. Given that hiring managers are getting hundreds of applications at a time, your resume needs to stand out for the right reasons and not because of typos or mistakes. If you are looking for help in refining your CV, you can get in touch with Lara Kordic (profiled on this blog) who runs the editing company, So Succint.