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Job loss does not have to mean failure, it just means an new opportunity arises

Job loss can be quite burdensome for every body. It does not matter where you work or what you are doing, when you lose your job, you must start all over again. The picture down below is a picture from my Great Grandfather who owned an Employment Agency in New York City in the early Twentieth Century. In the picture is my late Grandpa Dave, his little sister Eleanor, and my Great Grandpa Max. Now employment agencies are everywhere to help us find a job, but most of the time we have to do most of the leg work. We can not solely depend on any one to get us a job. Sometimes employment agencies help us find jobs by reviewing our resumes, helping us with cover letters, and even doing mock interviews with us. It helps to know someone in your career path who may have a job for you, but you must use your own power of persuasion to get hired. Once you are hired, you must work hard because actions speak louder than words.

I lost my job a few weeks ago after 2 weeks coming back from medical leave. I was working for that medical business for 4 and a half years. My boss decided to keep new graduates and less experienced techs to work for him. One of the new graduates I had trained and the other new graduate who he got just to cover for me. He told me there was lack of work in the office for 3 techs at a time. He claimed he thought about it and I didn’t seem to fit in anymore in the office. In any case, I can find a better opportunity. I am registered in Cardiac and Vascular Ultrasound from the ARDMS since 2008. Although there are many other things I’d like to focus on too outside of Ultrasound. Its been a long road for me, but if any body can help me find a job I would greatly appreciate it.

When looking for a job, its important to look at your own skills to see how you can contribute to a particular job which fits you best. Every one has talent for something to be a part of society. The road might seem a dead end for some, but the right path will keep you moving forward. So, don’t take the road with the dead end…you must familiarize yourself with the avenue of adventure.

I know I have not posted in a while, but I have been out of sorts since my surgery and especially since I just lost my job. I promise I will be posting and keeping people updated on DMC.

posting again soon,