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Losing a job in this economy can be devastating. You feel singled-out, disrespected or even discarded. After the shock wears off, fear sets in.
- Will I be able to make it on my savings?
- What happens when the paltry unemployment checks stop coming?
- Can I make next month’s mortgage payment?
- Will I have to empty out my 401K before I find work?
You are not alone. Your experience is a common one today, and that’s why I spend my time helping job seekers just like you. [Read More…]
Career Passion News
April 9, 2015
Workers of all ages deserve to find career passion. Sometimes this is best achieved by leaving your job function, industry, or both. Sometimes it’s achieved by creating a new job, or your own business. In an excellent article at the www.flexjobs.com site, Beth Hering gives 5 tips for the middle-aged career changer. She … [Read More...]
March 27, 2015
The economy used to have job seekers backed in a corner. With high unemployment rates and age discrimination, older workers (over 45) who lost their jobs were in a really tough spot. With the ever-changing landscape of jobs titles, it’s been hard for job seekers to keep up, stay current, and present themselves as viable … [Read More...]
March 12, 2015
That’s the slogan for Tech Wildcatters, a mentor-driven seed fund and technology accelerator that invests money and resources in promising B2B startups. They attract only mentors and clients who are willing to get tough when the going gets rough. That’s like any recruiter. Recruiters put themselves on the line every day, … [Read More...]
February 26, 2015
I’ve had the opportunity to coach hundreds of workers in various stages of the job search process. If they are unhappy at work, nearly all of them focus their complaints around the relationship they have with their boss. Once we delve more deeply, however, we discover the real situation may turn out to be a … [Read More...]
February 5, 2015
When my husband travels on business, I find myself working all the time. I’ll wake up early with a mental list of 10 or 15 things I need to accomplish that day. Sometimes, I’ll eat all three meals at my desk, and literally work from morning until night. I caught myself telling a friend that I work like a dog. Where did we … [Read More...]