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On Sept 23rd 2011, I was let go from my job due to the fact that sales in the company had declined drastically. I’m not going to lie, being laid off sucks! No real source of income. The day I did get laid off, I did apply for unemployment so I am waiting for that kick in while looking for a job.
The second thing I did was tap my network to see if there were any job openings as well as advice. I actually used the service favo.rs to ask for advice. I have actually written about favo.rs on my blog The Beta User. These guys keep improving their service and I am grateful for being able to use this service.
The advice I have received from the community has been great and I am writing this post to thank them individually.
George Aspland: Many thanks to you, lets begin by saying Thank You for creating Favo.rs community where it is easy to ask for advice amongst other things. I also want to thank you for taking time out of your day to look at my resume and give me feedback.
Cody Riddar: Thank you for your advice on my resume as well. I reworked my resume to show my career interests. I also removed my Project Management experience due to the lack of information.
Janet Patterson: Thanks for recommending the books Your Money or Your Life By Vicki Robin as well as I Will Teach You To Be Rich By Ramit Sethi. I will try to buy these books after I buy and read Andrew’s recommendation.
Jacqueline Driggers: Thanks for the links you have shared on blogging As far as the freelance goes, I am helping my friends Nick and Jay with their restaurant. I am helping them with social media and blogging. They are opening Chipsy this weekend.
Here are some job website links from my favorites that focus on writing. You mentioned you have a blog:
Sara Nussbacher: Thanks for your advice on always ending with a bullet. You will have to elaborate more on that.