Mike Podesto - Find My Profession

Mike Podesto is a Resume Master and the CEO / Founder of Find My Profession.

Mike Podesto - Find My Profession

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Mike Podesto is the Founder & CEO of Find My Profession

In 2015, Mike Podesto founded Find My Profession. Find My Profession specializes in Executive Resume Writing and has become very well-known for their innovative approach to job searching. They call it their Career Finder Service.

Mike Podesto Favorite Foods

Favorite Main Dish: Sushi, Pizza, Burritos, Steak, Pad See Ew, Kung Pao Chicken. 

Favorite Veggies: Broccoli, Sweet Potatoes, Corn, Asparagus, and Brussel Sprouts.

Favorite Beverages: Water, Coke, IPAs.

Favorite Desserts: Ice Cream, Cookies.

Mike Podesto Favorite Quote

“I’m a great believer in luck, & I find the harder I work the more I have of it.”– Thomas Jefferson

Mike Podesto Interests

Family, Church, Snowboarding, Rock Climbing, Traveling, Craft Beer, Food (Sushi, Mexican, Pizza), Reading, Hiking, Biking, and More.

Mike Podesto's Life Story in 60 Seconds...

1993 - Mike Podesto was born in Lodi, CA.

1994 - 2011 - Mike Podesto causes parents tons of grief.

2009 - Mike Podesto places 3rd in FILA state wrestling championship.

2011 - Mike Podesto moved to Fresno to attend California State University, Fresno.

2015 - Mike Podesto graduated college with a B.S. in Finance.

2015 - Mike Podesto moved to San Jose, CA for a recruiting job.

2015 - Mike Podesto founded Find My Profession Inc.

2016 - Mike Podesto moved to San Francisco, CA to sell SaaS.

2017 - Mike Podesto quit his job and moved to Roseville, CA to focus full-time on Find My Profession.

2018 - Mike Podesto became engaged.

2018 - Mike Podesto moved to Denver, CO.

2019 - Mike Podesto got married.

2020 - To be continued...

Mike Podesto's Blog

Mike Podesto - Client Testimonial

See how Sasha Tissot earned a $40,000 pay raise with the help of Mike Podesto and his team!

Mike Podesto - vIRAL lINKEDiN pOSTS

Age Discrimination Post

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Mike Podesto received over 192,238 likes and 11,459 comments on his viral story about hiring an employee 20 years his senior.


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Employee Vacation Policy

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Mike shares his belief on giving employees flexible vacation days.


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Don't Badmouth Your Employer

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In an interview, don't badmouth your previous employer. It makes you look bad.


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7 Common Hiring Mistakes

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Mike shares 7 common yet comical mistakes that hiring managers regularly make when attempting to hire talent.


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LinkedIn InMail Fun Fact

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Did you know that sending an InMail cost money? Don't ignore InMails!


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Would You Rather...

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Would you rather work work 40 hours or 60 hours? But wait... there's a catch!


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mIKE pODESTO - As Seen In...

Inc Magazine

3 Ways to Optimize Your LinkedIn Strategy

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5 Benefits of Hiring Older Candidates

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6 Smart Ways to Deal With Workplace Stress

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Jobscan.com

9 Things Recruiters Expect from Your LinkedIn Profile

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Mother.ly

This Mom Was the Best for the Job, Regardless of Her Career Gap

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Mike Podesto - Podcast Guest

Mike Podesto and Tyler Wagner discuss lessons learned in life with an underlining valuable message.

Mike Podesto and Clinton Kehr discuss the tactics to finding a new job or searching for a new career. Questions surface on how we need to change the way we search for new employment.