Updated for 2014-15. Losing your job hits hard, emotionally and financially. Surviving a Layoff can help you land on your feet. In 48 easy-to-read pages, it speaks directly and compassionately to you. It gives practical, tested advice on how to cope with the emotional rollercoaster you are feeling, how to ease your money worries, and how to rebuild your career when no one seems to be hiring. Content includes: • Why the layoff is not your fault • How to tell your family • How to cope with the emotional stress of losing your job • How to get your bills reduced until you get on your feet again • Which bills to pay when money gets terribly tight • The secret to getting a new job when no one seems to be hiring • Just fill in the blanks to write a powerful resume • 13 proven ways to get a job interview • 50 interview questions to expect-with answers • How to ace an interview and win a job offer • Four things you need to do after each interview Over 6 million copies sold. Surviving A Layoff is used by thousands of outplacement professionals nationwide. It is also printed under private cover for state and local dislocated-worker programs.
About Harry Dahlstrom
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Published January 1, 1998
by Dahlstrom & Company, Inc..
Business & Economics, Self Help.