Psychic Red’s Career Advice

Anica in Phoenix writes:

I feel confused and sad. I emigrated to the United States five years ago, looking for a better life. To live in America is much better than in my native country. I am 58 years old, educated and I have had a hard time finding a job. I am volunteering at a hospital. Could I have a chance to be hired there after a while? Do you see an opportunity for me to find a job?

Dear Anica,

I’m glad that your career challenges haven’t entirely tainted your perception of America. She is a great country, even in the midst of these troubled times.

Your volunteer work is admirable, and very likely to open a door or two for you to find a position. There will be several opportunities for you at the hospital over the next six months, but you will have competition. Also, several of the upcoming jobs may be a bit beneath your education and experience, but I would say still worth your consideration, because of the paycheck.

You are very likeable, and that is going to be helpful. Network in the hospital when and where you can, making it known that you would like to transition from volunteer to employee. There are people around you who will put in a good word or two, and also alert you when an opening is going to become available before it is posted.

I do see that you will be working in the healthcare industry, but it is still a challenging path. Check with your state agencies to see what types of career placement assistance programs they have available. It is primarily your age that is working against you, but going through an agency may flip this challenge into an asset that can work for you. This may very well be the best avenue you have to become an employee of the hospital in which you currently volunteer, if this is somewhere you want to stay. Otherwise, you will find employment in state run or subsidized medical facility.

It is highly likely that you will initially be hired for a part-time position, but will earn the full-time job offer, which you are likely to accept. There is opportunity here for you, but you have to keep knocking on doors. Don’t give up on yourself or your dreams, and your efforts will be met with success.

Good luck to you!
Red
Ext. 9226

11 thoughts on “Psychic Red’s Career Advice

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  2. lee

    what is going on in my life – i did personal caring for disability people and didn’t like it.
    what will i do next – i am stuck. i am finishing off studying for a certificate 4 in disability care will will complete this certificate. but what next.

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  5. Saravana Kumar

    Dear Ms. Red,
    I have been working in the middle east as Personnel Manager. My work contract was discontinued suddenly stating recession and sent back to my country and past 3 months im without a job in india. Im finding very difficult. My family is seperated due to these reasons. Now my other family members see me as a burden to them, im staying without earning.
    How do I come out of this. I have applied to US, UK, Europe, Australia, Gulf countries. NO replies from any where. Some say that my stars are not favourable and some say my stars are now favourable and asked me to become more spiritual and meditate. But how long to meditate, hours together. What is the reason.Day by day my blood pressure is on the rise. Im unable to sleep. Wake up through the nights. Will i get my dream job back abroad. Im not allowed to see my son and talk to him.
    Im an Gemini.
    Regards,
    Saravana Kumar K

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  6. Laurie

    I have talked to two specific psychics on line and they both have said similar things but different time frames. However, none on it has happened yet. They said I would be selling my writing. Both have seen a large check (advance) coming my way for selling one of my books. I am totally confused by this. I still have the rest of this month and part of next month before their time period has past on one and the end of the year for the other. How do you differenciate between two different readings?

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  7. ahsan

    you are lucky to afford volunteer job…i want to but can,t manage …becoming rusty and rusty…wish you good luck …

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