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‘Surviving unemployment’ Archives

25 Lessons I’ve Learned In 50 Years

25 Lessons I’ve Learned In 50 Years

For anyone under 50 reading this, I have some good news for you.  50 is pretty darned good! I even surprise myself by writing this, because believe me, I never thought the day would come when I would embrace being half a century.  But it has [...]

How to Take Intelligent Career Risk (and Win Mentoring from Reid Hoffman, Chairman of LinkedIn)

How to Take Intelligent Career Risk (and Win Mentoring from Reid Hoffman, Chairman of LinkedIn)

The following post is co-authored by Ben Casnocha and Reid Hoffman. In the conclusion, there is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be mentored by both of them. Ben Casnocha is an award-winning author and serial company-builder, whom BusinessWeek [...]

Six-Figure Businesses Built for Less Than $100: 17 Lessons Learned

Six-Figure Businesses Built for Less Than $100: 17 Lessons Learned

http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/ The following article is a guest post by Chris Guillibeau, who’s traveled to 150+ countries and studied more micro-businesses than anyone I know. I hope you love this piece as much as I did. Enjoy! Enter [...]

Resiliency Skills for Handling Emotional Side of Job Loss and Job Search (Resiliency Center)

Resiliency Skills for Handling Emotional Side of Job Loss and Job Search (Resiliency Center)

by Al Siebert, Ph.D., author of The Resiliency Advantage Losing your job through no fault of your own can wipe you out emotionally. How do you deal with your loss of esteem? With anger? How do you sustain your energy for searching for work? You [...]

12 Ways To Increase Self Esteem

12 Ways To Increase Self Esteem

  Step One Stop comparing yourself with other people. There will always be some people who have more than you and some who have less. If you play the comparison game, you'll run into too many "opponents" you can't defeat.   Step [...]

Upgrading Out of Unemployment – Is It Possible?

Upgrading Out of Unemployment – Is It Possible?

  Upgrading  Out of Unemployment - is it possible? This article first appeared here in 2009 July Written By: Gilbert Goh I am guilty of not being ambitious enough in my life as my last educational certificate is at least 20 years ago. [...]

10 Signs It’s Time To Quit Your Job

10 Signs It’s Time To Quit Your Job

Posted: 30 Mar 2011 04:58 PM PDT Written by Wise Bread Chances are if you are lucky enough to have a job, the thought of quitting sounds ridiculous. With the unemployment rate at an all time high, most people are thanking their lucky stars [...]

12 Truths to Tell Yourself After a Mistake or Failure

12 Truths to Tell Yourself After a Mistake or Failure

Have you ever seen a child learn to ride a bike, or a toddler learn to walk?  They stumble and fall numerous times before getting it right.  Mistakes are learning opportunities.  It takes failure after failure to create success.  Believe you can [...]

Lessons I learned during my unemployment

Lessons I learned during my unemployment

First of all, thanks for allowing us to interview you online Joshua and can you provide us with some background information on yourself? I am a degree holder and I worked in HR for around 6 years prior to 2008. Currently, I’m working in the [...]

Eight Reasons Why Foreign Workers Are Preferred Over Local Ones

Eight Reasons Why Foreign Workers Are Preferred Over Local Ones

 This article first appeared here on 21 May 2010. When the Singapore government decided to ease  regulations on the hiring of foreign workers so that  employers can fill up those  nagging job vacancies, there was much cheer and giety. It [...]

Employers Still Discriminating Against Older Workers

Employers Still Discriminating Against Older Workers

  This article was first posted here on 30 Mar 2009. Written by Gilbert Goh Having met more than a dozen unemployed Singaporeans either through my unemployment support site transitioning.org or my own personal contacts, I observed [...]

10 Simple Truths Smart People Forget

10 Simple Truths Smart People Forget

10 Simple Truths Smart People Forget Posted: 09 Jan 2011 08:37 PM PST Some of the smartest people I know continuously struggle to get ahead because they forget to address a few simple truths that collectively govern our potential to make [...]

7 Ways To Overcome Disappointment Of Job Rejection

7 Ways To Overcome Disappointment Of Job Rejection

7 Ways To Overcome Disappointment Of Job Rejection Written by: Gilbert Goh Its true that a job rejection can be as devastating as a retrenchment. I have received a few emails from jobseekers telling me how crushed they have felt when they [...]

Should you grab any job that comes along?

Should you grab any job that comes along?

Editor's note: This article first appeared here on 21 Jun 2009.  Should you grab any job that comes along? Written By: Gilbert Goh Should you grab any job that comes your way after being retrenched? Many I know will try to go back to their [...]

How to Make Age An Asset When Job Searching

How to Make Age An Asset When Job Searching

This article first appeared here on 29 Apr, 2010. Guest Author Tory Johnson is Founder/CEO of Women For Hire. Age Discrimination Many job searching Americans over 40 often encounter something they weren't looking for: a "gray ceiling." It's [...]

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