Upside of Unemployment: Part 2

Are you unemployed?

Binge-watching Netflix probably won’t lead you to your next job, but investing in your gifts, talents, and professional skills likely will. Online courses, skill training, research, and networking are investments that you can make in your future. Don’t pull back and fall into bad attitudes or time management habits.

Personal relationships are the key when jobs are scarce. Stay active within your network to multiply the awareness that others have of your needs and dreams. Rather than complain or give details, share what you want to do and give practical ways that others can help you, and “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord.” (Colossians 3:23)

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