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Whether you were fired, laid off, let go, need to make a career change, or just quit your job, it's important to find activities that will make you more employable when you're out of work. Otherwise, you'll have a hard time keeping up with qualified job candidates who aren't desperate for a job.

Also, you'll have a lot of explaining to do when it comes to addressing employment gaps on your resume. Your goal is to fill those employment gaps with productive activities that are relevant to your field. So, when you're unemployed, don't waste valuable time just sitting around applying to jobs online. Instead, make yourself more employable by doing one of these resume boosters:

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When a recession hits, many people immediately begin to worry about their jobs -- and with good reason. Recessions usually mean mass layoffs, fewer jobs, more competition for jobs, and less job security. But some careers are safer than others.

Several websites, including Glassdoor, have compiled lists of jobs that are expected to survive the next economic downturn. Every list is a little different, but there are some professions that continuously showed up. Here are five of those careers.

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Whispers about a possible recession have been in the air since 2016 but those whispers grew a lot louder recently with many economists highlighting various economic indicators pointing towards a possible recession in the immediate future.

Recessions can impact everyone differently but past history indicates that there will be mass layoffs, fewer jobs, more competition for jobs and less job security. Here's what you need to know about a potential recession's impact on your career.

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