Happy New Year!

As we close 2021 and begin 2022 I want to start by saying thank you for your continued support and interaction with us at Crossroads Career.  We have so much to be grateful for including meeting in person once again with our Atlanta conference this year.  It was so nice to see some of you face-to-face after several years without …

Hope During the Holidays

The holiday season has just begun. Black Friday is already in the rearview mirror. Christmas decorations are going up, and carols are filling the air. But this season doesn’t feel “merry” for everyone. If you are experiencing a transition of any kind during the holidays, like: a period of job loss a time when you know you need to find …

Unemployed During the Holidays

It’s the holiday season, a time of joy, activity, shopping, parties with lots of food, cookies, candy and, of course, family gatherings. I love the holidays, but when you don’t have a job, the first reaction is to not feel quite as merry as in previous years. All sorts of thoughts run through your head and you might be saying …

Misemployed: When Your Job Doesn’t Fit

According to the Stress in American Survey, job stress is more strongly associated with health complaints than financial or family problems. One in four Americans believe their number one source of stress is their job. Today’s blog discusses misemployment as a source of job stress. Misemployment and Burnout The term “misemploy” means to use something in a wrong or harmful …

Being Thankful in Your Job Search

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A guest post from Crossroads Career ministry leader Harry Urschel of The Wise Job Search. What? Many of you read this and think that’s nuts… right? Being thankful in the process of having to look for a new source of income for your family? Being thankful while hoping that your career progression hasn’t been set back years? Being thankful while …