Your Work Search Companion: A Toolkit for Finding Your Best Place to Work
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) October 22, 2009
For job seekers, career changers, those re-entering the marketplace or new entrepreneurs, work life transitions are nerve-racking. Triggered by current economic conditions, growing numbers of people now find themselves in the midst of work change - by choice or circumstance. Some are in a quandary about what to do next, how to explore their options and how to develop helpful strategies. Many take the time to reevaluate their direction all together.
"Resources, solutions and support are critical to managing transitions well," said Marty Silberstein, blogger, "Your Work Search Companion," (http://www.nightowlcompanion.com/blog). "I created the blog with the intent to create a place to explore the more thoughtful issues vital to creating a productive, fulfilling work life. I wanted it to delve a little deeper into these areas than many blogs do and to gather a community for conversation. People love to share stories, resources, challenges, and solutions. The experience enriches us all."
"Thought-provoking and insightful," said one subscriber of the blog. Topics include how to cope well with the emotional aspects of work search, persevering, knowing what you want, maintaining a healthy perspective, staying marketable, the art of personal marketing, lifelong learning, working wisely -- and much more.
"Your Work Search Companion" blog is produced by Marty Silberstein, author of "Finding the Work You Want: A Practical Guide to Help You Discover Your Values, Skills, and Marketability," and founder, Night Owl Companion Publishing®.
About the Author
Marty Silberstein founded Night Owl Companion Publishing® to fill what she recognized as an urgent need for the high-quality, practical, timely information, insight and resources for people in transition. Help with "the stuff that keeps you up at night." Her background in communications, marketing services, HR and her role as an adviser, now blend to serve this deep passion. We focus on informed decision-making and self-help in the areas of work, career, personal growth, wellness and other important life topics. Selected titles include "Your Work Search Companion: A Toolkit for Finding Your Best Place to Work," by Marty Silberstein and "Re-entering the Workplace: Seven Questions You Must First Ask and Answer," by Beth Witrogen, a double Pulitzer Prize nominee for her writing about family caregiving. All publications are available through Night Owl Companion Publishing®, http://www.nightowlcompanion.com, 510-530-5802.