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Unemployed and Socially Anxious? Twice the Odds of Remaining Jobless


Finding a way to deal with the stress of unemployment helps in treating the symptoms; isolating the source of unemployment, however, can be a painful road of psychoanalysis.  Lie back on the couch, dear unemployed reader, and begin the examination. For some, the answer is simple: finding a job in this economy, despite every effort, […]

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5 Ways to Deal With Unemployment Stress


Whether you’re about to graduate from college or you recently lost your job, facing unemployment is a scary prospect. The unknown of how long you will be out of work is always at the center of your stress. The times I’ve been in between jobs I’ve always said if I only knew when I’d get […]

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5 Topics an Interviewer Can’t Touch


On a job interview you always want to present yourself in the best possible light, and that usually means being as cooperative and pleasant as possible. So what do you do if your interviewer starts asking questions that make you uncomfortable or that you don’t want to answer? You don’t want to blow your chances […]

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8 Things Unemployed People Can Do That Look Good on a Resume


Being unemployed can take a huge toll on your self-esteem. This makes it difficult for you to take pride in your resume when you are asked to explain it at a job interview. However, there are actions that you can take during unemployment that will build your self-confidence and will also look great on a […]

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