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Career Advice Round-up for the week of June 22nd.

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What to know if your furlough becomes a permanent layoff

While the majority of jobless Americans currently collecting unemployment believe they’ll be recalled to work within six months, a recent report from the University of Chicago’s Becker Friedman Institute predicts that 42% of all jobs lost during the first six weeks of the coronavirus pandemic will become permanent.

Five Ways Productive People Manage Time Differently

We all know people who manage to get so much more done than the average. They are the high performers at work who have complex jobs with broad scopes of responsibility but manage to stay unflappable. They are the all-stars who excel at work and still stay involved with family, community or in an outside interest.

Signs you’re heading for work burnout and how to beat it – Denver Business Journal

Does your life sometimes feel like a bad stock photo clich√©? You know the one. An exhausted person sitting at a desk with his fingers pinched on the bridge of his nose because that’s where the stress pain has gathered. This one.

Effective Time Management While Working Remotely During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Time management is one of the most common issues under normal circumstances. But we are operating in strange times. How do we deal with time management on top of the undeniably chaotic events that are unfolding due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

8 Ways to Set Boundaries Between Work and Kids

Communication, flexibility and a bit of grace are key to blocking out time for child care while logging in from home. It was time for her team’s daily video conference check-in, and Dalia Aragon, an economic development and housing coordinator for a local nonprofit on Chicago’s North Side, was negotiating with her toddler.

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