JOBEASY CREATES “PAY AFTER GETTING A JOB” BOOTCAMP

JobEasy has created a bootcamp series of courses where students only pay tuition after they have secured a job in a related industry.

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, United States - November 8, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

The “win-win” model ensures students are taught the right way by eliminating the risk of not finding a job upon certification. Countless students are stuck with huge student debt loans and no job in sight, and this just isn’t right. JobEasy is co-founded by Ivan Tsybaev, the Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur who built the most popular app for US truckers (Trucker Path) and raised over $20 million from venture capitalists before selling to a public company.

In an era when student debt is at an all-time high, those looking to advance or change their careers are understandably looking for security. JobEasy only designs bootcamps that are high-quality, so potential students have peace of mind knowing they won’t struggle to find a high-quality job upon completion. JobEasy’s business model works, with dozens of students receiving job offers at or above-average salaries.

These bootcamp series are also geared towards students who feel stuck in their career and want to start earning more. In as little as four weeks, you can learn all the skills necessary for a successful career in Manual Quality Assurance. Not only will JobEasy help you form the skillset to be a competitive candidate for Manual QA jobs, but they will also help you throughout the whole application process. This means working with students to craft an outstanding resume, engaging in mock interviews, and giving you tips on how to negotiate a higher starting salary. These are all skills that are overlooked by other companies, but are key in JobEasy’s business model of “study now, pay when you get a job.”

JobEasy’s courses include Manual Software Testing (Software Quality Assurance/QA), and Test Automation with Python, Algorithms, UX/UI Design, and DevOps. Graduates of JobEasy courses are now working at Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Intel, Salesforce, Uber, and other top tech companies around the country. Currently, JobEasy is developing software that will help students study and apply to jobs more efficiently, further streamlining the course-to-work process.

When a student accepts a job offer after their certification, a small percentage of their salary is paid directly to JobEasy for several months. Don’t sweat it though, students who succeed in getting a job after completing our courses get offers above $50k per year. If a student doesn’t receive a quality job offer in their field after certification, they never have to pay the full course fee. Many of JobEasy’s courses are 100% complimentary if a student doesn’t get a job offer, but some programs do have a small $499 initial registration fee. This fee is substantially lower than competing certification programs which require up to $5,000 in up-front fees.

To learn more about JobEasy’s programs including help with job searches, practicing for interviews, negotiating salaries, and a variety of courses students only pay for once they get a job, contact JobEasy today or visit their website at www.jobeasy.ai.

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Name: Ivan Tsybaev
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Organization: JobEasy
Website: https://www.jobeasy.ai/

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