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Setting Up a Support Network When You're Unemployed

Mar 20, 2020 10:28:32 AM
written by The Retirement Group

What is an unemployment support network?

An unemployment support network is a group of people, organizations, or resources available to help you cope with issues that unemployed people must face. Setting up a support network when you're unemployed is important for several reasons. First, when you lose your job, your ego is likely to be damaged, and you'll benefit from the encouragement and perspective that talking to others can bring. Second, if you plan on returning to work, you may need help finding a new job or exploring a career change. Third, if you're an older unemployed worker thinking about retiring rather than seeking another job, you may need the advice of others who have experienced retirement firsthand. Whatever your reason for needing support, you can easily find it if you know where to look.

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posted in Financial Planning, Lump Sum, Pension, Retirement Planning, Layoffs

Coping with the Emotional Impact of Losing Your Job

Mar 17, 2020 8:44:26 AM
written by The Retirement Group

Job loss can cause stress

Losing your job can exact an emotional toll on you and your family. Recognizing these emotions and dealing with them positively can go a long way toward helping you and your family cope with the stress that often follows a job loss.

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posted in Financial Planning, Lump Sum, Pension, Retirement Planning, Layoffs

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