It doesn’t matter how often you switch jobs. Changing career or looking for alternative options is always exhausting and can cause lots of stress and anxiety, which may even result in depression and loss of health or interest to life.
finding a job
Your middle years are some of the most productive of your working life. The elements of time and experience create a petri dish of opportunities to build your wealth and cement your asset base.
If they reject you, the door of opportunity will stay open elsewhere.
Looking for a job is tough. If you stay busy in productive ways, and systematically analyze & refine your job application with each attempt, you will be able to stay positive and quickly get a job.
Mr. Dad helps a parent out of a three-ended pickle.
“If Wal-Mart is an example of the type of job that the blue-collar man should be grateful to have, things don’t look good for the future.”
If you’ve been the full-time Dad it can be hard to find your way back into the workforce. Carlota Zimmerman says “You’ve got this.”