What You Need To Know About Re-Entering The Workforce

There are many reasons people leave the job force—layoffs, medical reasons, and/or raising a family. For example, more than 10 million women ages 25-54 take time off to raise kids. Regardless of the amount of time spent away from the job, studies show that 73-90 percent are considering re-entering the workforce eventually. Despite the desire to get back to work, many feel lost when transitioning back into the workplace. In order to reclaim your career, developing a strategy is key to find your way back. Having the right support, education, and tools are all pertinent when re-establishing your career. Find out how to re-enter the workforce. READ FULL ARTICLE ►Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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Work is important to a lot of us. And we all have egos. The trick is to balance our own view of work and success so that the ego remains a helpful source of support and not a tyrannical master. One is the road to relative contentment, the other to continued misery. Have you struck the balance?

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