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  • WHW Women Helping Women News Blog Post Work Life Balance

Balancing Work and Life in the COVID-19 Pandemic

By |September 28, 2020|Categories: Job Seeker News|

The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the way we work, parent, socialize, and for much of how we live our lives. it is becoming obvious that our initial short-term solutions to successfully juggling all of these moving pieces is not going to work indefinitely.

  • WHW Women Helping Women News Blog Post Getting to the Finsih Line

Getting to the Finish Line

By |September 14, 2020|Categories: Job Seeker News|

It can be hard not to feel anxious, even dread, when we set a goal or begin a project which we have never done before. In the end, it usually turns out that completing the project wasn’t as hard as we had imagined.

  • WHW Women Helping Women News Blog Post Be Uniquely You

Be Uniquely You

By |July 29, 2020|Categories: Job Seeker News|

Always remember that you are the difference. Every experience, every place, mistake, disappointment, success, and learning has shaped you. Use these welcome and unwelcome moments in your life’s timeline to propel you forward.

  • WHW Women Helping Women News Blog Post The Cost of Going the Extra Mile

Going the Extra Mile

By |July 28, 2020|Categories: Job Seeker News|

There’s a saying that when you’re asked to go a mile with someone, you should go two, which comes out to about an extra 2,000 steps. Going the extra mile is costly.

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  • WHW Women Helping Women News Media Cerritos Community News Assist the Unemployed in Job Search

Women Helping Women Assists the Unemployed in Job Searches

By |December 2, 2020|Categories: Media Coverage|Tags: , , , |

Although the nonprofit faced sustainability issues for themselves and their clients, they recently placed 50 tenacious job seekers despite the pandemic. Both male and female clients went to remote online webinar trainings, acquiring skills and new network connections that led to good opportunities.

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