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-- you -- job six million Americans have been out of work now at least two years so there unemployment benefits in the long run out.
But instead of giving up some are turning to my next -- -- because.
Of those who do.
Well they find a job.
Joseph Carbone of the workplace is that man.
So you must be doing something right.
What what -- what is he -- you do.
I think what we're doing -- is that we -- understanding that long term unemployment is very different today than it's ever been before.
And we're treating the whole person.
Being out of work for a year or two years -- not like being out of work for three months.
-- -- things like depression.
Thinks like a loss of self confidence.
They become major barriers to getting back into the work.
Force all right so you have to psych -- to change things and and get pop in -- let's go to your recommendations first off -- First off the goal has to be -- com employed.
And that -- -- off of unemployment which clearly does limit your options.
It will keep your application from getting considered.
So you need to get off on employment that -- That you're also -- about doing so with the understanding this could be a long term hunt.
Absolutely you cannot go into this and think that I'm going to create the perfect job perfect career immediately.
That would just it -- danger period of unemployment.
You need to park somewhere on a platform.
And to reinvent yourself so you gotta look at.
Not the next three months but the next year to three years before you're going to be perfectly happy and feeling good about the future -- that.
But I know a lot of folks who were looking for -- -- -- want to be -- last job they had it and you argue you've got a wide horizons even if they.
Don't appear to be -- opportunity.
You'd need to be off of unemployment and onto employment.
And you need to think in terms of not that -- overqualified for -- job.
Because this is a buyer's market.
You gotta make yourself a barking to employers so you need to have a lot fewer barriers -- boundaries in -- -- -- do.
Now when we talk about the value of also considered part time where a lot of people say no that's a wasted time you argue it's invaluable.
Because -- because you're working.
You can answer on applications which -- employed.
You're -- people interacting with the public often if you perform well -- part time positions you're elevated to full time jobs.
I cannot emphasize enough the value -- and job search.
If you apply from a position of being employed even if it means having to part time jobs interest that is better than being unemployed.
Very good points -- open up some folks -- photography.
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