Job Search Tips for Unique Populations

 Workshop:  Job Search Tips for Unique Populations 
(Unemployed, Over 40, Over Qualified, Disabled, Veterans, Flawed Past)
  • Overview:
Today’s job seekers need to make life decisions in a world of constant change.  People who are unemployed, over 40, over qualified, military veterans, disabled, or have a flawed past, face potential barriers to employment, which others do not. Participants in this workshop will receive information helpful to all job seekers, as well as some helpful hints to address their unique obstacles.
Learning Outcomes:
Participants will:
    • Recognize some of the new rules for job searching 
    • Identify where to find resources to support their job search process
    • Identify some primary tips for all job seekers
    • Receive tips to address the challenges of being an unemployed job seeker
    • Receive tips to address the challenges of being an older job seeker
    • Receive tips to address the challenges of being an over qualified job seeker
    • Receive tips to address the challenges of being a veteran job seeker
    • Receive tips to address the challenges of being a job seeker with disabilities
    • Receive tips to address the challenges of being job seeker with other barriers 
  • Downloads:
    • One-Stop Center
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  • Links to Additional External Resources:​
    • All Job Seekers
    • Unemployed
    • Over 40
    • Disabled
      • Community-Based Psychological Clinics & Assessments – University Counselor Training Centers Psychological counseling (and possibly testing services) (Fees are often based on ability to pay):
    • Veterans
    • Flawed Past
 

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