Employment Recovery: Why it will take longer and what you can do about it

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4 Responses

  1. Heidi_V says:

    Hi Sherri,
    Good tips. I had become a little comfortable at my “B” job; and haven’t set a plan to get to my “A” job. Thank you for the reminder! Heidi_V

  2. Julie says:

    I decided to return to school and update my IT skills after be laid off from a job I was planning to leave. During this time I have worked seasonal jobs during Christmas and tax season to maintain and extend my network and hired a personal coach. I also volunteer and hold a leadership position with a professional IT networking group. I don’t expect a government bail out and woke up this morning with the goal to edit my plan. See you on 1/18 Sherri at your speaking engagement.


  3. Nichole says:


    That is great advice, I just recently retired from the military and during my 20 years of service I have done just about everything. My primary position was a heavy equipment transporter (truck driver) but I wanted to do something totally different once I retired, so I got my Bachelors in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management. Because I did not have a lot of experience in human resources I decided to take a temp to per position as a Recruiting Coordinator. It is the first step to greater things, I am getting training in what I really want to do and making lots of contacts in the process. Your tips will definately help me reach my goal and guarnteed success in my new career.


  4. Nichole,
    Thank you for your service. Congratulations on a great start along your new path!