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Relaunching Your Career: Home

relaunching your career

Read from our Library Collection
Link to Comeback Careers by Mika Brzezinski in the catalog
Link to HBR's Must Reads on Career Resilience in the catalog
Link to Switchers by Dawn Graham in the catalog
Link to from Paycheck to Purpose by Ken Coleman in the catalog
Link to Your Turn by Jennifer Gefsky in the catalog
Link to Relaunching Your Career Resource Guide by Christy Noel in the catalog
Link to Fair Play by Eve Rodsky in the catalog
Return to Work

While getting back to work after a career break presents several struggles, there's a lot you can do to help ease the transition and explain it to hiring managers. Keep in mind that while some interviewers will be understanding of your situation, others may feel reluctant to hire you. Knowing how to prepare for your return to the workforce can help you feel more confident and help you find greater success. In this article, we explain how you should address a career break with hiring managers and list several tips for getting back to work after a break.  

Tips for getting back to work after a break

If you're ready to re-enter the workforce after a break, it's important to plan. Make sure to spend time focusing on what you want out of your future career and what you learned during your career break. Use these nine tips to help you get back to work after a break:   Continue reading from Indeed

Listen to Podcasts
Link to 3 2 1 Relaunch podcast at its website
Link to Women Returners Podcast at website or Spotify or Apple Podcasts
Link to HR Leaders podcast on Apple Podcasts
Link to Mac's List podcast at the website
Link to Career Relaunch podcast at the website
Link to Women at Work podcast at Apple Pocast or Spotify.