Tag Archives: coping with a new job

Advice from a Job Search Columnist

If you buy my book (click on the cover to the right here), you’ll read about two times when I lost my temper with a boss and what the consequences were for me. reading that should help you avoid meltdowns. Continue reading

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Should Marissa Mayer Have Been Job Hunting While Pregnant?

Should Marissa Mayer have been job hunting while pregnant? My answer is of course she should, my book is called “Always Be Job Hunting,” after all. Continue reading

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When is it Time to Walk Away from a Job?

Most people are so happy to find a job, especially in this horrible economy, that they don’t give much thought to knowing when it’s time to walk away from a job. But it’s important to know when to do that, … Continue reading

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The Budget Challenge Once You Have a New Job

The lesson for others: getting a job is a battle. As a manager, functioning in a new job also is a battle. Continue reading

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How Stressful Can a New Job Be?

I started a new job, and a new career, in mid-February and for the first few months spent time trying to learn a mountain of new procedures, forms and jargon. I was managing a veteran team of three who, more … Continue reading

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