How To Expand Your Job Search When You’ve Exhausted All The Options
Well, that pretty much sums up last weekend for me. I was broken down (on a Sunday) and towing services weren’t picking up. My roadside assistance was zero help, and try as they might, Good Samaritan motorists couldn’t jump my RV.
Talk about exhausted options!
Even if you’ve never been stranded while driving, you know what it’s like to wonder what you can possibly do next. (Yes, I’m talking about the job hunt.) You’ve looked at every opening on every board, reached out to everyone in your network and had no luck creating opportunities for yourself.
But just like I couldn’t give up and live on the side of the road in Nebraska forever, you can’t afford to stay in that soul-crushing position or remain unemployed (or underemployed), either. Read more.
This is an old saying — an cliche originated in the United States that my mother frequently used as a gentle admonishment when she sensed that my ego was beginning to cloud my judgment and perspective, that I was not as smart or clever as I thought I was. Also known as a momism or dadism, depending on which parent was doling out the advice, this saying means that even if people are misguided or ineffective, sometimes they can be correct just be being lucky. Read More.
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