Losing your job or being let go of your job is, of course, something that may not always be anticipated. Whether you’re aware or unaware of a layoff – dealing with the loss of a job can be super stressful. So today we’re discussing what to do when you lose your job, how to update your resume post-job loss, and what to do to avoid the stress if a job loss occurs in the future.
If you’ve not yet been laid off from your job, but you know – or you think you know – it’s going to occur, how do you proactively prepare for it? What are some steps that you can take to make the transition of losing your job a little bit easier? Find out here.
If you’ve been laid off from your job without expectation, it can be overwhelming. The loss of your job was not planned for, nor were you expecting it to happen to you. So if you’re in (or are ever in) this situation, the good news is that there are measures you can take to go about making it easier on yourself. Check it out.
We’ve discussed what happens when you lose your job, so the next steps would be how to be proactive after you’ve lost it – like rebuilding your resume. Here are three tips on how to fill your resume after a layoff.
This one may be subjective, but it’s worth mentioning. Did you know that “From 1990 to 2007, robots replaced about 670,000 U.S. jobs, mostly in manufacturing”? And it is believed based on the direction we’re going, that “by 2030 robots will have forced 16 million to 54 million Americans — as many as a third of U.S. workers — to retrain for a new job”. 16-54 million. So even if you believe your job is not at risk, based on the stats this one is worth the read. Check it out.
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[ Have you been laid off or lost a job before? How did you handle it? Let us know in the comments 👇 ]