life transitions

Better To Be Underemployed Than Not Employed At All

By Marsha Gozhansky, Career Coach Unemployment is a word that people are used to hearing.   The definition is pretty clear.  If someone is out of work, then they are unemployed.    These days a new word that has entered the vernacular:  underemployment.   The definition for this is a little less clear, but still pretty alarming.  When …

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Struggles of the Millennial Generation

By Rosa Perez, LGSW Millennials – the children born from the early 1980s to the early 2000s.  You may recognize many of them as your technology-devoted children, grandchildren, students, partners, and co-workers.  Millennials, however, are much more than the technology they love. They are a generation finding themselves feeling stuck between their dreams for creating …

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What I Have Learned from Leading Bereavement Groups

By Donna Kane, MA For people mourning the death of a loved one, Jewish Community Services and its partners offer bereavement groups several times a year.  Our upcoming eight-week series, cosponsored by Sol Levinson & Bros, Inc., begins May 15th.   Group facilitator Donna Kane wrote about her experience with these groups in her blog that …

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