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    Screwdriver or power drill

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    Screwdriver or power drill? Which would you use?

    In your job search, speed is of the essence. Time is money and every week you are without work, you are losing net worth.

    For example: if you make $100,000 a year, divide that by 52 and realize you make $1923 each week. Losing an important interview could set you back thousands of dollars. Missing an important lead could result in another 6 months of searching, or around $50,000.

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    Season’s Greetings from The Career Passion®️ Coach

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    I wish you prosperity, not only in your career but also in your family and social life. Life can be tough, so don’t save the good stuff for later. Celebrate, enjoy, and live your best life NOW.

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    Are you quietly quitting? How to protect yourself.

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    Instead of abruptly leaving a job, “Quiet Quitting” refers to doing what the job requires, no more and no less. Essentially, this means doing just what you were hired to do—no off-the-clock meetings, no weekend work, and no checking emails on vacation.

    Some writers speculate that this trend is the result of the trauma all of us have experienced with Covid – losing jobs, friends, and family, losing faith in our institutions, and losing a sense of meaning in our work.

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    Why have a schedule for your job search?

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    Most people are so shocked by a job loss that their whole lives are turned upside down. They suddenly can’t pay regular bills, they lose their work friends, and they change their sleeping hours. Some even quit dressing and lounge around in underwear or pajamas most of the day.

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