Career and College Counselors announced they are expanding services to include career counseling to meet the unique and continuing challenges of the Post Covid-19 workforce.
These challenges include flexible schedules, middle management positions disappearing, accelerating automation and the increasing demand for digital expertise.
Unfortunately 80% of the global workforce are not happy with their careers due to the increase stress and uncertainty.
Knowing these challenges, are you are on the right career path to succeed?
With people working from home, now is the perfect opportunity to invest the time and energy to reset your career, reach for your dreams, and create your plan to meet your new future.
Work and career dissatisfaction have many causes, and COVID 19 has spotlighted these feelings of unhappiness. These causes include lack of purpose, and unawareness of passions or interests.
Without warning, government officials quickly separated work into two categories: essential and non-essential workers. Essential workers continued working and earning. Unable to work remotely, many non-essential workers were laid-off and depended on the unemployment check.
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