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Help others get a job w/out getting burned yourself

Posted by Dr. Susan on June 7, 2009

It’s important to give your time, advice and support to those out of work, but many people are being asked for help several times a week or even a day. You need to find a way to help supportively, but without hurting yourself.

This NY Times piece gives solid advice for how to help without compromising yourself, including my suggestions for how to make sure you don’t let yourself become emotionally drained, but still do your best to help as many people as possible

On the other side, if you’re the networker, looking for a job, there’s a way to do it so that you get what you need without alienating those who are helping. You’ll find advice in this piece for how to do that too!

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One Response to “Help others get a job w/out getting burned yourself”

  1. I love looking through an article that can make men and
    women think. Also, thanks for allowing me to comment!

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