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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Transitions | Beyond Injury™

Transitions | Beyond Injury™:
Scott J. Friedman of

Planning Your Future "Some survivors of brain injury would like to start working again, but worry that nobody will hire them. I cannot change the economy or dictate the hiring practices of an organization, but I can point you in the right direction regardless of whether you are interested in working, volunteering, or attending school. Several years ago, I attended a lecture by John Hall, during which he stated, “Anybody will hire you if the value you offer is greater than the cost of employing you.”

If you are not sure what your “value” is, or you want to enhance your value, you might consider working with a career coach (such as Heather Wieshlow or Greg Johnson), a job search strategist (such a Tim Tyrell-Smith), or you might consider one of the other options listed below:"

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