NEHEN Career Series: The Three Components of the Job Marketplace

Presented by New England Healthcare Executives


Emerging Enterprise Center at Foley Hoag

Bay Colony Corporate Center, North Entrance
1000 Winter Street - Suite 4000
Waltham, MA 02451

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March 6, 2013 9:30AM–11:00AM


There has never been one job market and that fact should become clear to anyone at any level who is in career transition or career entry.

There are three job markets:

  • Identifiable Jobs are posted on the internet, in periodicals, through word-of-mouth (i.e.; networking events), through executive search, employment services and other advertising.
  • Germinating Jobs are not jobs at all.  This market represents the strategically cultivated and arranged IRL (in real life) meetings with powerful, prominent, successful, leaders and decision-makers with a mission to gain an understanding of unsolved business problems floating in their minds.
  • Created Jobs represent the most exclusive marketplace of all:  Positions filled by seekers who "make a market for themselves" by offering real solutions to the problems that GERMINATORS share with them.  In effect, creating a need.
    How do we get to these Germinators?

How do we make a Germinator into a Creator?

It should be a stimulating experience, especially for those who are not faint-of-heart or in denial about their professional futures. And are committed to doing a better job to get a better job.


  • Mark Cohen, President, Mark Cohen & Co. Executive Search
    Individualized Career Management Consulting

Mark enjoys active participation and will allow for plenty of Q&A.