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Kelvin is a digital communication analyst specialized in the creative use of new media to develop your personal profile, skills and interests into a competent, professional, elegant resume that stands you out. In addition, I provide a technical and creative writing platform to express services and goals to help reach targeted and broad audiences
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Kelvin is a digital communication analyst specialized in the creative use of new media to develop your personal profile, skills and interests into a competent, professional, elegant resume that stands you out. In addition, I provide a technical and creative writing platform to express services and goals to help reach targeted and broad audiences
https://goo.gl/CVWDCg

Welcome!! I wanted to share the top 5 things you can do when you've just lost your job. I hope you find it informative and useful:

1. Don't panic!! One-two-three...Breathe. But also understand that your new full (or part-time if you worked part-time) job will now be finding a job. You will still be working 9-5 every day.

2. Maintain some sort of income. This income can be generated by selling some goods at the flea market on the weekends, having a garage sale, taking on a gig or two through Craigslist, etc. In this way, your self-esteem will remain intact and you will ward off the feeling of helplessness. Also, the income, however small, can at least fund your job search.

3. Know what you are working with. Analyze all the money you currently have, and any other income you can expect including any last paychecks owed to you. Cross reference this with your bills. Are there any bills you have been paying in advance? Are there any bills you can defer? Are there any pay-as-you=go bills that you can cancel without penalty? Your situation may not be as bad as you thought.

4. If you are not shy then this tip is for you. Tell everyone, if they are trustworthy enough, about your situation. Tell your milkman, tell your postman, tell the check out lady at the grocery store. I am being funny here but you get the point. Then make sure to follow EVERY helpful suggestion and helpful lead possible. Then take that momentum and deliver a copy of your freshly updated resume to EVERY temp agency in town.

5. You've worked hard so keep your spirits lifted with a day trip to the museum or perhaps a night out with friends or even by watching that tv show that you always miss because it was only on while you were at work :)

These helpful tips were brought to you from ohsnark:

Because 2 + 2 = 5
and Funky is a state of mind

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