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More plans coming soon! Above is an example of how we can use one of the templates to make a site for you.



While you are searching for a new position you may want to consider some of the following suggestions:

1. Get a business card made with your contact information, your website address, and your best skills listed. Keep one side blank for notes. Many local printers can do an excellent job, as well as an office supply store, but I like to use Vistaprint.com.

2. Join a (meetup.com, church, community, facebook?) job seekers group. Searching for a job can be stressful. Joining a group of fellow job seekers can be very helpful in practicing networking skills. You may be able to help someone by introducing them to someone in their desired field. Make sure everyone you know is aware of your job search. Ask for introductions.

3. Volunteer with a cause close to your heart if possible. You will feel better about yourself and you will enlarge your circle of contacts while doing good for others. Many companies look for a spirit of volunteerism in their candidates.

4. Disappointment and rejection are a normal part of this process, but if you find your feelings deepen to a point of desolation, please seek counseling. Your pastor may be able to suggest a counselor, or your health insurance provider may be able to direct you to covered counseling.

If you or someone you know are in distress and/or suicidal, please phone the Suicide Prevention Lifeline to speak with someone, 1-800-273-8255, 1-800-273-TALK. Your life matters, please talk to someone.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline