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Recently, more than 50,000 working professionals were laid off. Some of them are on H1B or OPT visas. If the recent layoff impacted you and your friends, we are here to help. We can help you with the following:
- 12-month, three times per week online coaching, answer your career release questions and review your resume and LinkedIn profile. C-level executive and Nasdaq board member Dr. Elizabeth Xu will be your coach. Check out her LinkedIn profile
- Job Referrals help you to get internal referrals from the top 150 companies in the US
- F1 Visa transfer and Day 1 CPT to a private university in Silicon Valley. If you need to recover from the layoff, please apply here:
Losing a job is like getting into a high-speed auto accident. It is likely not your fault at all, but you are traumatized by the event. One of my friends lost sleep and 5 lbs in a week, although she didn’t like her job at all. It is a complex and stressful experience. However, there are eight steps you can take to recover and move forward in your professional journey:
Take time to grieve: Allow yourself time to process the emotions that come with losing a job. It’s okay to feel sad, angry, or confused. Talk to family members, friends, or other employees to hear their advice or insights, or take time alone in solitude.
Reflect on the experience: Take the time to reflect on your previous experience and go through what went well and what didn't. Learn from the pros and cons and use that knowledge for the future. Please don’t blame yourself for any mistakes.
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