Coping With Job Layoff
|Written by Robert Shindell|
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9. Ask for Help.
And, finally, don' be afraid to ask for help. We are experienced at working with those who have lost their job and we will do everything we can to help you through this transition. Come back to the website often. Check for updates, blog, ask questions, learn about yourself, what you like, dislike, etc. Get your resume started. Check out hot job leads. Talk to others in networking groups. Call your best friend. Call your old co-workers. Don't forget that clergy people, counselors, and state agencies are all good places to seek help and if they can't help you, they can give you a referral to someone who can.
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