Consider this : A friend of yours is made redundant. Although she was in a career that she did not enjoy, she was financially secure and knew the ins and outs of her job well. Instead of wandering what opportunities might open to her by this redundancy, or considering learning new skills or pursuing a new career, she immediately rushes into looking for jobs which are almost identical to the one she has just left. It isn’t that she loved the job and doesn’t want to do anything else, she explains, but this just seems the most obvious route to follow. She just wants her life to get back ‘to normal’ as quickly as possible. Sound familiar? Continue reading
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