In these difficult economic times – even though the unemployment rate is not what it was at the height of the recent recession, times are still tough for many – it may seem frightening to thing about finding a new job or even a new career, instead of simply sticking with what you already know and do. But change is inevitable, and we have to rise above our fears to try something new.

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Written by BizRock
510 days ago

Some great ideas of how to transition to a new job in a bad economy. Thanks for sharing this with the Bizsugar community.



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