Question Proposed on LinkedIn: If someone is unemployed for over 2yrs do you feel that person is lazy to get a job or is it their bad luck? Others’ Responses: – I wouldn’t automatically think a person is lazy due to many factors: the person could have returned back to college, or working as a volunteer at an organization, or maybe working part-time, or has heath related issues. The point is every person has various
I was approached by a student at the University of North Carolina in Wilmington whom is an Isaac Bear student. Accordingly, she is required to complete a Graduation Project. For this she was required to interview someone either in the field that she is researching or someone with life experience with the issue she’s facing. For her project she is studying the Psychological Effects of Unemployment and then organizing a job fair for the unemployed.
Job Loss Counseling: You’ve Been Laid Off?! Now What?! OverviewA common question most people who find themselves at high risk for a job loss is, “What am I going to do next?” This is a good question and the first step towards persevering through a challenging period in one’s life. However, overcoming a job loss depends on you handle this tough question. For instance, do not send out an outdated resume, but get your marketing
Researching a Prospective Employer & Using a Combination of Strategies To write a customized résumé and cover letter for a job position, you need to know about the company advertising it. Research to find out: – What does the company do?– How did the organization get started?– What are its products and services?– What are the company’s plans?– Does it appear to be in good financial shape?– What are some of the industry trends that