How to find a job when you’re still unemployed

This article is originally published in the Executive Style.

Between jobs for longer than you expected? Seeing the weeks stretch into months can be disconcerting and depressing – and in a less-than-buoyant employment market, it’s an experience more Australians are becoming familiar with.

So what are the secrets to keeping despondency and desperation at bay while you get yourself back in the game?

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When age and life experience become a barrier to getting a job

Career Money Life Certified Supplier, Diann Rodgers-Healey, Director of Australian Centre for Leadership for Women, is featured in an article in The Sydney Morning Herald.

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5 Things You Should Know When Looking for a Job Abroad

Leaving your home, as well as your friends and family behind to move to another country, where everything that surrounds you is completely different from that to which you are used to seeing is really not an easy task: different people, different cultures, different food and sometimes even a different language. However, some people think leaving their country of origin and traveling to settle down for a while on the other side of the planet to be a personal goal or even a milestone they need to achieve.

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Dealing with Ambiguity

This article is written by Laurenne Di Salvo, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article on Harvest Coaching’s website.

Dealing with ambiguity is a competency that often comes up in the workplace and is something my clients often talk to me about, both in a personal and professional context.

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