I was unemployed for about 5 months in 2015 and very unsure about what I wanted to do next. I was spending 50-60 hours a week researching and applying to jobs. It took a while but I found a great job and it put my career on a new trajectory.

But burnout is real even when you're unemployed and I was worn down. Here are my tips for treating yourself with kindness while you're unemployed now that I'm on the other side of it.

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Great advice! I've been out since July. It's so hard to stay positive and one begins to feel unworthy.

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Jon-Paul Vicari There's way too much going on for me to even know where to begin. Money or lack of it is our main... see more

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Exceptional people across the board!

Finally after 3 weeks I finally land a interview with Dish network the starting pay for my area is 19hr no experience

Yeah, those are really good job opportunities Brandon Ewert . Dish and the other telecom providers offer excellent... see more

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Brandon Ewert Have you followed up after the second interview? Two interviews is a really good sign. How did the... see more

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Ive never worked for anybody that treated me as well as Dish did!

Are you a Veteran? Well then you should check out these jobs with DISH and get in your resume today! Their running with a nationwide initiative to recruit and hire more veterans in 2016. I’m wasn’t considering a technician career but I’m gonna give it shot. This is the info if you choose to follow through, http://careers.dish.com/military/
One jobcaser helping another right... good luck

Im looking for work

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The management for the Technical Operations most likely have no experience and do not possess the basic skills to be a Manager. You also won't go anywhere if you dont kiss a lot of butt.

I don't like talking about the bad things at Dish, as it is a place I work. However I believe every job has its co workers that hate their job. And have to run to the office and complain about something. In twelve years of service at Dish I have never been in the office, as I push the negatives aside and do my job.

The work it self. Fast paced and challenging. Working in different departments getting the experience. Packout, customer service, inventory, shipping and receiving.

I'm just wondering if it's possible to work for Dish Network without having a drivers license?

They say are valued as a person and not just numbers. I was proud to worked for Dish

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