First Impressions: Resumes and LinkedIn: Webinar Recap
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3d ago
We held a webinar last week on First Impressions: Resumes and LinkedIn. Check out some advice on writing resumes and setting up a LinkedIn profile, as well as a full archived recording of the webinar ..read more
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11th Annual Midwest Conference on Work & Cancer: Recap
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2w ago
Last week we held our 11th annual Midwest Conference on Work & Cancer. We were joined by 261 attendees (our second highest to date) who were made up of patients, survivors, healthcare/nonprofit/HR professionals, managers, coworkers, family members and friends ..read more
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The Power of AI at Work
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3w ago
AI, or artificial intelligence, has been around in one form or another for many decades now, but during the last few years, its rapid advancements have become the hot new topic. For those currently working or looking for work, AI can be a useful tool for streamlining processes, enhancing efficiency, and providing personalized support ..read more
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Career Shifting: Webinar Recap
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1M ago
We held our third Balancing Work and Cancer webinar on March 6th. Longtime CAC collaborator and career coach Julie Jansen led the session on Career Shifting: Tips, Tools & Techniques. A main focus of Julie's presentation was going through her three-step process for changing careers ..read more
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So Long Sunday Scaries!
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1M ago
"Sunday scaries" is a growing trend characterized by heightened anxiety and stress as the weekend draws to a close. If you often feel this, know that you are not alone – as a 2023 LinkedIn survey found 75% of U.S. workers experience Sunday scaries. To say goodbye to this pre-anticipatory anxiety, we must first understand why it exists ..read more
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Rebecca's 20th Anniversary Q&A
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1M ago
Cancer and Careers is celebrating our executive director Rebecca V. Nellis’s 20th anniversary at the organization today. Over the last two decades Rebecca has helped shape CAC into the authority it is. To honor this huge milestone, I sat down with Rebecca to ask some questions ..read more
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Overpreparing Can Help You at Work
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1M ago
Public speaking is a very common fear, but can be critical for some jobs. Adding in the stresses of working after a cancer diagnosis, the thought of getting up to speak in front of people can be crimpling. But according to a recent article in Fast Company, the best way you can prepare is to overprepare. And here are some tips on how to do that ..read more
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Managing Long Term Stress Webinar Recap
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2M ago
We held out first Balancing Work & Cancer webinar of 2024 last week when we were joined by longtime CAC collaborator Julie Larson. Julie led a session on Managing Long-Term Stress and had some useful tips and techniques to help mitigate stress that can easily accumulate when trying to navigate work after a cancer diagnosis ..read more
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Managing Stress and Giving Yourself a 'Reset'
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2M ago
Stress can feel overwhelming and omnipresent, especially when you're managing a diagnosis and work. It's important to take some time to hit the reset button to ground yourself and prepare to take on the many aspects of life ..read more
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Debunking Job Search Myths
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3M ago
Embarking on a job search can be both exciting and challenging. With the seemingly endless options and expectations for roles, the process can feel overwhelming, especially when balancing a cancer diagnosis, and often comes with a myriad of myths that can confuse and create unnecessary stress for job seekers ..read more
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