The successful job seeker makes use of a variety of communication approaches: personal marketing, emails, social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. However, there is a strong case to be made for direct mail. Why?
In my years of practice, I’ve encountered numerous clients who were experiencing job burnout. Nevertheless, I was taken back by a recent article in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. The headline is revealing: “Job burnout isn’t just work-related stress – it’s a health issue.” In a 2018 study by Gallup, the analytics and polling outfit, estimated […]
As I’ve mentioned in earlier posts, losing and looking for a job brings with it negative emotional patterns which can impede moving forward. It helps to understand the stages most people go through when faced with this situation. It helps to eat well, get enough sleep, and exercise. If feelings of anxiety and depression seem […]
It’s no secret job loss can have a significant impact on our emotional and physical health. Losing a job is often compared to living with the loss of a loved one: shock, denial, anger, depression, and loss of identify. At times like this, we need to remember to exercise compassion toward ourselves. This is no […]