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Unemployment Can Be Unattractive. And Unemployment of men is repellent.

Even though it may only be subconscious, many women find men who do not have a job repellent. When a man is interested in maintaining a solid and mutually caring relationship, it is important for him to not only be kind, considerate and romantic, but also stable. One of the best ways to present a stable image is to have a steady job or career path.

In the past, dating all the way back to primitive humans, it was mainly a man’s duty to provide for his family. In modern times, both men and women are equally active in the work force. However, a man without a job or solid career path does not come across as stable. Women may think that a man without a job is not driven or passionate enough. Women may associate these traits not only with the man’s life and ability to provide, but also with the relationship itself.

In situations when a woman does feel comfortable being with a man who has no job, the woman’s family may still be uncomfortable. She may feel pressure from her relatives or friends, and this can strain a relationship. Even though the man’s partner or significant other may have a steady job, a man who cannot land or hold onto a job does not present a secure, comfortable image.

It can be difficult to secure a great job, even if you have many skills in your chosen field. It is important to seek a job that you can excel at. Think about what your personal skills are, and also what you may have studied or trained for. You may need to be somewhat flexible about exactly what you want in a job. Sometimes simply getting your foot in the door and gaining experience can lead to more lucrative or desirable opportunities in the future.

When large numbers of men are unable to find work, unemployment results.

Calvin Coolidge

A professional resume is also a true benefit when you are looking for a job. Even if you do not have a great deal of experience to add to the resume, the simple act of preparing a professional document that outlines your qualities can make you shine in the eyes of a future employer. Keep your resume concise and to the point, but make sure to highlight the traits and skills that will make you an asset to the company you are applying for. A clean, professional looking resume shows that you can be organized and are well prepared.

Once a man has a secure job and has set his foot on a career path where he can reach his potential, potential partners are sure to be more attracted. Remember that if you are passionate about life and what you do for a living, other people will find you passionate and enjoyable to be around.

People Are More Afraid of Losing Their Jobs

When someone says, “I don’t want to be unemployed,” that person joins millions of other workers who are worried about the future. Losing a job can be a difficult experience even in a good economy, but when the economy struggles, so does the job market. Millions of long-term unemployed workers testify to the fact they can’t find a job after losing the one they had. Therefore, many people should make keeping their current job a priority.

Even a great resume is no guarantee of getting a job, because a long record of experience and education can be something of a disadvantage. With so many people out of work, industry veterans are at a disadvantage to younger workers who can start at a lower salary. With so many students it’s an added problem when it comes to finding a job.

There are some things workers can do now to make them less vulnerable to a layoff.

Become more valuable. Workers who offer the most value to their company are most likely to keep their job. Any employee should evaluate his or her position and find ways to become essential to their company’s mission. This could mean developing new skills. A wise employee will find out what skills their employer needs and then learn them. This works well, especially if the needed skills are in short supply in the current workforce.

Building skills may mean taking some college classes or doing some self-study, but the extra time spent in personal and professional development will pay off when layoff time comes. Those with fewer skills have less value and will be the first ones out the door.

When people under the age of 30 are applying for jobs, it is common to see resumes that touch on education but emphasize experience – both in life and in the workplace. The job market has changed so much over the years that it is now quite common for young adults to have already worked for a variety of different companies and to even have held multiple positions of the type that would have occupied a person’s entire career a few decades ago. In fact, aside from those who work in family businesses or dedicate themselves to certain fields, such as teaching, law enforcement and a variety of jobs typically falling into the blue-collar category, it is now perfectly normal for people to make multiple career changes throughout their working years.

If you’re brave enough to say goodbye, life will reward you with another hello.

Paulo Coelho

Employment experience and job duties are essential to any resume, and life experiences that show you are a well-rounded person with diverse interests and an interesting life can certainly help you stand out as a unique applicant in a large pool of resumes. At the same time, it is essential to keep in mind that older generations generally place a higher importance on education. This means that you must ensure you have included a strong, well-written education section on your resume that spells out your areas of study, academic achievements, and degrees, diplomas or certificates earned.

Improving skills is another way to boost survivability in the workplace. Anyone with a commitment to excellence will be the last to go. Anyone can do average work and produce average results, but those who produce exceptional results will keep their jobs while others are in the unemployment line.

More than half of people who leave their jobs do so because of their relationship with their boss. Smart companies make certain their managers know how to balance being professional with being human. These are the bosses who celebrate an employee’s success, empathize with those going through hard times, and challenge people, even when it hurts.

Travis Bradberry

There’s an old saying that says, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” Knowing the right people in a company can make the difference between beans and steak at supper. Those who want to keep their jobs will make a concerted, planned effort to set goals for meeting and pleasing the right people at the office. When the decision makers start making the lay-off list, the workers who they don’t know will be at the top.

Finally, a worker who doesn’t want to be unemployed should make his boss look good. When a worker finds ways to help the boss by taking on new responsibilities, completing special projects and providing useful ideas; that worker will have a job for a long time.

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