The Richmond Register

Lifestyles & Community

September 29, 2013

Been unemployed for a while? You must be willing to change

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RICHMOND —

Where is the light at the end of the unemployment tunnel?

The light to success can be found by learning about growing or emerging fields that demonstrate high rates of employment and profitability.

Job seekers need to pursue the skills and education it takes to enter progressive fields, not the declining ones.

Changing career paths is never easy, which is why many people make the choice not to do it.

Many job seekers have the mindset that an employer should give them a job so they can be employed and pay their bills.

Employers are not charities. They hire individuals who have the talent and skills to ensure their companies can earn a profit and grow. Employers want individuals who are flexible, willing to change, and eager to learn new skills.

Most people fear change and thus never invest the time, energy, resources and efforts required to make necessary changes.

Selecting the easiest choices will ensure an unsuccessful ending.

It’s those people who embrace change, face their fears, and learn from their failures that achieve long-term success.

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