It seems like I am often reading posts from Diabetic Connect members who are job hunting, or are having some of those job concerns that so many of us are having in this economy.
What about you?
One of the most frustrating things in life is looking for a job. Or being in a job that isn't what you want. It can feel like standing on a pretty shaky foundation. And that’s in the best of times. In our current economic situation, finding a job may be no easy task. If you are living with diabetes, the job hunt can be even more complicated. And at times so can hanging on the job you have.
I recently posted an article under Living With Diabetes , called “Is There a Right Job for Me? Eleven Steps in the Right Direction.” Here’s a link to it:
If you’re looking for a job, is your diabetes a factor in the kind of jobs you are looking for?
If you have a job, but seem a job move in your future, what’s on your mind as you prepare for the next move?
Any job hunting tips to share? Need some inspiration?
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