Monday, 14 January 2013

Review - OMG I Lost My Job! What Do I Do Now?

OMG I Lost My Job! What Do I Do Now?
By Carolyn Woods
Publisher: CreateSpace
Pub. Date: December 11, 2012
ISBN: 978-1481207768
Pages: 66
Buy Link: Kindle, Paperback


Let's face the facts, the world's economy is failing resulting in hundreds if not thousands of job losses everyday and it's not going to improve anytime in the near future. Carolyn Woods has a written an informative handbook for anyone that is unemployed or is afraid of losing their job.

Finding a job is tough, so if you lose your job you should go ahead and start planning your next move. OMG I Lost My Job! What Do I Do Now? can give you a guideline to use as you try to figure out what to do next. One of the first steps is to look into your funds, cut back on a few unwanted items and look into how many days or months you can live off your savings. Finding a temporary paying job as fast as you can is a must while you get your resume ready to send out. If you can't find a job right away, volunteering is great way to spend your time and taking a few college classes would look good to possible employers.

The author uses a simple approach that anybody, no matter what your educational background is, can understand. Carolyn gives great tips on how to get your resume ready, how to plan out your finances for the next few months of unemployment, where to take a free online courses, and many other great things that will help you prepare to find a new employment. I recommend this fast read to anyone that has currently lost their job or is in fear of losing their job.

*I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. 


1 comment:

  1. I came from Cym Lowell's Book Review Party Wednesday (BRPW).

    Good to know that there is such a book to keep in mind should I need one :)

    Cherry Mischievous


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