Added: Macie Ethridge - Date: 21.01.2022 00:24 - Views: 40879 - Clicks: 2572
I appreciate Mr. Brown's comments regarding a displaced homemaker. This is a non profit with a mission to assist displaced homemakers locate jobs. The women I work with are lost. Many times they had been abused, suddenly single because they were abandoned or had drug and alcohol issues. They are litterly starting from ground zero. While Mr. Brown's comment is not aimed towards the educated woman who had a professional background, his comments are right on for women who are displaced homemakers and Home maker seeking to find a place to start.
Brown I applaud your sensitivity and advice. Thank you on the behalf of those women who need to hear what you have to say. Brown, I'm not sure you thought this one through. This youngish middle-aged woman who's been taking care of her kids and helping her husband get ahead will do just fine. By the way, where did the "displaced" part come in? If she's anything like most other SAHM's look it up if you don't know! Who wouldn't want someone like this? The challenge will be letting people know how great she is.
I do agree that investing in some community college or university courses is a great way to re-connect and discover strengths. I switched careers, beginning a new line of work at My mother is 77, works just half-time by choiceand routinely gets approached for new consulting gigs. By this measure, this woman has a good 30 years ahead of her to grow and earn, if she chooses to. Home maker seeking by the way, would you do the work you're doing now if you didn't get paid?
Then why should she? What a useless advice! If the person has no proper education and marketable skills, being passionate and finding oneself isn't going to mean anything at a job interview. Another way to discover a career path is to search on-line job boards for job descriptions that appeal to you. Don't worry about whether or not you have the qualifications. Choose a bunch of them and see which ones excite you.
You may find that you have more of the necesary skills and talents than you think. If you need additional training or education, you can determine whether they are worth pursuing. Also, now that you're looking, it's really time to be curious. Have coffee or lunch with friends, family members, neighbors, etc. You'll be able to add things to your list and weed out things that don't interest you.
This is a great time!
Go out there and play, sniff under rocks, and see what sparks your interests. Comments: characters remaining. Add Post I. Comments Please report offensive comments below. Post a Comment. RSS Feed.Home maker seeking
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