Why Spouses Shouldn’t Give Job Search Advice

Why Spouses Shouldn’t Give Job Search Advice
In a recent group coaching session in CareerHMO, we discussed the challenges of having a spouse or significant other offering us job search advice. In the video below, I not only explain the pitfall of getting advice from a loved-one, but also how you can tactfully tell them to leave the coaching to the pros. Watch this and learn how to keep your relationship in tact while you conduct your job search.

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