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Questions to ask yourself after losing a job CONCORD, NH -- Everyone reacts to this news differently. Everyone goes through some kind of grief over the loss of a job. It's the place you went to everyday. You made great friends. You liked the job - maybe even loved it - and now it's gone. There also might be a sense of panic - Where do I begin? I don't know where to start! If this sounds like you, here are some questions you should ask yourself:

Do I want to stay in this industry? Did I love it or just stay in it out of routine? Is this a time to rethink what I want to do next? Perhaps it's time to try something you've always wanted to do. What will it take to change my career? Think of the the transferable skills that are in your possession right now. How can they translate into the new career? If you really have interest in going in a new direction, it must involve skills that you're already good at. If there are gaps, look to the plethora of online courses available to you to shore those up.

Where do I REALLY want to be? What career most aligns with my strengths? No one wants to work at something they aren't innately good at. Play to your strengths. Play to what really interests and inspires you. It will make the new career a whole lot more fulfilling for you.

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