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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5 Trends That Are Currently Shaping Workplaces

This article is written by Michael Klazema.  You can view the original article in Glassdoor

Workplaces are constantly evolving. For ages, the most common office layout gave each employee his or her individual workspace, whether it was a cubicle or a standalone office. In the new millennium, the trend moved toward open-concept workplaces, with everyone doing their work in a wide-open room and sometimes even at one giant common table. In recent years, more businesses have been reverting to individual workspaces or a mix of common spaces and individual spaces to remedy the productivity concerns of putting everyone in the same room.

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What Is That Sunday Evening Feeling?

As the weekend comes to an end, many of us get that “Sunday Evening” feeling. Trying to get ourselves emotionally ready for the work week ahead.   This article from the School of Life, explores what’s behind this feeling, and why we shouldn’t ignore it.

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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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