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We remember 9/11 like it was last week. We felt like our whole world was crumbling. We were glued to the TV set for updates and we expected life to never go back to normal. Things ultimately got better, but each of us was forever changed by the tragedy. Now here we are again. Things have changed in a big way nearly overnight. You can’t be alive and not be at least a bit unsettled about your career. However…there are things you can do to stay in control of your career and maybe even thrive during these challenging times. We’ll talk these topics and more on our call.
1) Which industries are thriving and potentially hiring?
2) Do I really have to become a video interview expert?
3) What work at home jobs might be good options for me?
4) How can I reinvent myself?
Abby Kohut is known in the job search world as Absolutely Abby because she tells the Absolute truth about the job search process. In the past 25 years, Abby has held corporate recruiting positions in a variety of industries and is responsible for helping 10,000 people get hired. Her website AbsolutelyAbby.com, which was selected as one of the “Top 100 Websites for Your Career” by Forbes, teaches candidates secrets the Absolute truth about the job search process that other recruiters won’t tell you. AbsolutelyAbby.com was mentioned on CNBC as one of three top websites for career changers and CNBC published an article naming Abby as a Top Career Coach and Recruiter. Abby is one of the “Top 100 Influential People Online” according to Fast Company Magazine and is known as “Ask Abby” on LinkedIn. Since 2012, Abby has been on a mission to help one million job seekers and she drove around the US in an RV in order to accomplish that goal. Her job search adventures were covered by several nationwide TV and radio networks including: Fox 5, Sirius XM, NBC, CBS, ABC, Bloomberg Radio, LinkedIn, Monster, and The Ladders. Abby employs light-hearted humor to help her job seekers understand what they need to learn.