Jobs

Job Search  
Job Search
Most people change jobs more than once in their adult lives. The key to making a successful transition to a new job is taking the job search seriously. The old adage is true -- finding a job is a full-time job. Whether you're currently employed or unemployed, each day’s schedule should include steps to find new employment.Before you begin your job hunt, think about what is important for you -- in terms of career field, location, etc. These guides from The Survivors Club can help you as you begin or continue your search for a job. Start your Journey
Unemployment and Job Loss  
Unemployment and Job Loss
Losing a job or experiencing a long bout of unemployment slides into the universal category of “tip of the iceberg.” There is so much associated with being without a steady source of income that years ago the federal government even sought to aid the situation. The first thing you need to do after losing your job to a layoff or termination is accept your situation and then prepare to move forward. Before you can successfully pursue a new job, you need to deal with everything associated with the job you just lost. Knowing yourself, what you offer and what you can expect will help make the process much more efficient. If you or someone you love has experience job loss or unemployment, this Survivors Club guide can help guide you through a successful recovery. Start Your Journey to Recovery