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Sunday, January 9, 2011

6 Activities To Help You Re-enter the Work Force or Change Careers?



Editors notes: Diana's simple List of 6 Activities for re-entry should be a quick guide for those who are getting ready to change careers or start a new job:
"If you've been unemployed for months and have finally found a job, you're likely thrilled at first. But anxiety often follows that excitement. Starting any new job is hard, and coming back to work after a long layoff can be even harder. You have to re-establish a routine, refresh your skills and rebuild your confidence. Here's how to make a successful re-entry:"


"Strengthen your skills and knowledge. Read industry blogs and trade publications to get current on news and trends. Pay attention to what skills seem most in demand -- if your expertise is out of date, look for ways to bone up.
Get back into a routine. If you've grown accustomed to calling the couch your office and pajamas your work attire, shift into a work routine a couple of weeks before your first day.
Be prepared for emotional volatility. It's hard to be the new kid on the block, especially if your self-confidence took a hit during unemployment, says Barbara LaRock, a Reston, Va., career coach.
Decide how to handle questions about your layoff. Your new co-workers may ask about your work history, so your layoff will probably come up. "You don't want to bare your soul or sound too bitter," says Linda Dominguez, a Los Angeles executive coach.
Start rebuilding your office network. Find out who the most influential people are in the office, and who can help get things done.
Don't make the same mistakes twice. Your layoff may not have been your fault, but it is worth assessing whether your own behavior made you vulnerable. "
Read full article at WSJSource: By DIANA MIDDLETON


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