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Finding volunteer work in your field and freelance projects in this tight economy should not be a problem, use your networking contacts, watch job boards and interest groups on LinkedIn and elsewhere. Continue reading
Harping on the age issue, however, will get you nowhere. Emphasize your abilities and your knowledge of the current business scene. Continue reading
One morning, tired of the traditional approach and with nothing left to lose, I put on a suit, commuted down the hall to my home office-studio and hired myself.
It wasn’t so much that I “formed a company with me as CEO,” as much as I stopped thinking of myself as “unemployed” or, even worse in my book, “retired.” Continue reading
By the time I returned home late that night, my life and those of about 1,000 of my former colleagues had been dramatically altered. Our company had eliminated our jobs. Continue reading
The lesson for others: getting a job is a battle. As a manager, functioning in a new job also is a battle. Continue reading
Interviewers can sense people that have lost faith in themselves. Who wants to hire a beaten-down person? Would you? I’ve interviewed people like that when I’ve been hiring and couldn’t end those interviews fast enough. Continue reading
The biggest hurt of all that I won’t ever fully understand is the lack of response from potential employers. Continue reading
I talked to anyone and everyone, asking them to pass on my search and earn someone a few quid. I spent a great deal of time in between odd jobs working on the campaign and it really was quite exhausting. Continue reading
After college I went straight back to working odd jobs to pass the time while I was looking for roles I felt were right for me. I soon realized that I was being far too picky and swiftly began applying for any role that mentioned ‘designer wanted.’ Continue reading