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Family Matters

No one is affected more than you and your immediate family when it comes to job loss. If you live alone and don't have to provide for anyone except yourself, you will need to make sure that you are focusing on keeping yourself healthy and in the best possible mindset to move forward with your career. If you are the main provider of your household, recognizes the importance of family during your job search and invites you to not only read the stories we have provided for you, but to share your family story with us as well.

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1 Veterans Still Facing Unique Challenges in 2012 Job Market
2 Telling Your Family
3 Encouraging the Job Seeker in Your Life
4 The Key to Mental Well Being During Job Search
5 How do you support your partner in their job search, when you’re scared, too?
6 Make New Year's Resolutions SMART
7 Sex and Job Loss
8 Options for Unemployed Veterans
9 Getting Started On The Job Search...Part 2
10 Getting Started On The Job Search...
11 The Strength of Your Support Networks

Coping With Job Layoff

When people learn that they are about to lose their jobs, they experience a wide range of emotions. This article provides a brief overview and can point you to additional content on this website that may help you figure out what to do next.

Starting a Business

Are you an entrepreneur? Would you like to work out of your own home? Starting a business is a big decision, and it can be very rewarding. Browse this list of questions to help you know if now is the time for you to strike it out on your own.

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Our mission is to do good for people who have lost their jobs, are involuntarily unemployed, and/or are taking steps to getting back to productive employment. Our objective is to provide useful content and website features that promote successful recovery after job loss and/or unemployment.