When you think about the cost of getting a job, the first thing you’ll think of is what to pay for your car, the house or the groceries.
But what if your company can’t pay you the way you want?
That’s the premise of a new program, called COACH, launched by COASTAL COACHs to help those who can’t afford their monthly pay.
The website helps users enter in their total compensation and is the brainchild of David E. Rolfe, co-founder and chief operating officer of COACH.
Ralfe said the goal is to make it easy for anyone who is under- or under-employed to see their compensation on a monthly basis and make it easier for them to understand what they should and shouldn’t be paying.
“I think it’s really important to see how much they’re making, because it can help you to determine what your options are,” Rolfesaid.
“We really want people to understand how much it would cost them to get a job.
We’re really trying to help them understand what that would be.”COACH was launched last month to help individuals in all 50 states.
Since its launch, COACH has received more than 6 million visits.
Rafesaid that the site has helped people find jobs for more than 3,200 people.
That number includes some people who had to lose their jobs because they couldn’t pay their rent or were forced to take on additional debt to support their families.
“There are some individuals who are very, very hard-pressed to pay the bills,” Ralfesaid, who has also been involved in helping students find jobs.
Ralfesays the program is also helping people find ways to pay their bills.””
COACH is helping them understand how they’re spending money and why they’re having a difficult time getting paid.”
Ralfesays the program is also helping people find ways to pay their bills.
“People have been saying, ‘I’m so sorry I can’t get paid for my gas and electricity and food,’ ” Rolfsaid.
He said the program also helps those who have struggled to make ends meet pay their fair share.
“It’s also really helping people understand how hard it is to find a job,” he said.
“And how to make money to pay off their debts.”
The program has been downloaded more than 100,000 times and has been featured on CNBC, Fox Business, CNBC, NBC News and NBC Nightly News.
“If you can’t be a leader, it’s just not worth it,” Rufesaid in the video.