Advice if you’re laid off

In many ways, a layoff is like a death in the family:  Whether it was expected or came as a shock, the impact can be like a sledge hammer, and those who haven’t been through it before find themselves dealing with the immediate consequences while in a difficult state of mind. 

For those who are dealing with layoffs, this article from Kiplinger’s, “Life After a Layoff,” contains good practical advice:

However, the article overlooks the psychological impact of involuntary job loss.  (See my earlier post at:  Depression and anxiety are not unusual in these situations.  Support from friends and family, and possibly counseling or outreach to a religious advisor, can be of great help.

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