We understand the difficulty that comes during the time of career transition. Individuals commonly experience a range of emotions from anger and depression to relief and excitement for the future. Knowing what to expect can help you navigate the ups and downs people typically experience after job loss. It is helpful to talk out your thoughts and feelings with family and trusted friends and/or write about your reactions to your job loss in a journal.  Below are some articles to help guide you through the process.

 

Coping With Stress During a Job Loss

Getting Fired: An Opportunity for Change and Growth

Surviving Unemployment: How to Keep Your Head After Losing Your Job

How to Handle the Emotional Side of Job Loss and Job Search with Resiliency

There Are 5 Stages Of Job Loss Depression

 

Job Search Resources

6 Little Know Reasons Why You Can Get Hired in November and December

Resumes:

How to Create a Searchable Job Resume Profile

Resume, Meet the Computer: Top Formatting Tips for ATS

Optimize Your Resume to Be Found by Recruiters

Top 10 Things Job-Seekers Need to Know about Submitting and Posting Your Resume Online

Job Boards:

Five top tips for using job boards effectively

The Right (And Wrong) Ways To Use Job Boards

Using Job Boards

LinkedIn:

Guide to Using LinkedIn for Job Search

Ten Ways To Use LinkedIn In Your Job Search

Interviewing:

12 Surprising Job Interview Tips

10 Best Job Interview Tips for Job-Seekers

Correcting The 5 Most Common Mistakes Mid-Level Job Seekers Make