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The pandemic is making people rethink their careers

Apr 6, 2021
Twenty-five percent of workers plan to look for a new job soon, a new survey says. The top reason: a reevaluation of work-life balance.
The top reason for so many people changing careers? Work-life balance.
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Attention job seekers: “We all have worth, we all have value”

Feb 5, 2021
A story about job hunting from a job-hunting counselor. “I learned a valuable lesson,” says Carolyn Kennard of Texas.
Carolyn Kennard, a regional facilitator at the Houston-Galveston division of nonprofit Workforce Solutions, leads a career workshop for high school students in 2019.
Workforce Solutions – Houston, Texas

China's post-Lunar New Year job exodus

Mar 28, 2018
The two months after the holiday are traditionally "jobs season."
According to a survey by leading job site Zhaopin, nearly 70 percent of white-collar workers are starting a new job or actively looking to change jobs.
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