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Curated career advice for the week of January 2nd, 2023…

Unlinking Your Self-Worth From Your Work

“So, what do you do for work?” The mere question is a bit of a loaded one. Many of us lead with the age-old conversation starter when we meet someone new as a way to form some connection, see where their interests lie, or explore if there’s anything there that sparks further dialogue or establishes common ground.

What A Recession Could Mean For Your Job Hunt-And Your Personal Brand

Headlines abound with the promise of a looming recession, yet even experts aren’t 100% certain if a severe economic downturn is imminent. Regardless of the headlines, the Great Resignation continues. Bloomberg notes that 4.4 million people quit their jobs in April 2022 alone, and around one-third of all workers say they’re considering doing the same within a year.

What Not to Do During or After a Job Interview –

Some of the most recurrent mistakes job candidates make are not following up, checking in too much and arriving late to the interview. Hiring managers also make mistakes, such as allowing social media to influence their decisions, talking too much during the interview, or not stating their objectives.

Do You Need a Career Coach?

Maybe you don’t know which career will bring you fulfillment, you’re struggling to move on from a terrible past job, or you’re not getting very far in the interview process. Career coaches can help you figure out what you want to do, understand what’s preventing you from advancing in your professional goals, and endure the ups and downs of job hunting.

I Quit My Job Without Another Lined Up. Here’s How I Managed It

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Chris Kidd

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