Making the choice to go back to work is a big deal. Even if you were a successful career woman before your kids came into the world, your priorities likely changed significantly upon becoming a mom. Whether you’re trying to recapture your previous work ethic or develop a new one, there are a few things you should to do set the stage for your success.
Today’s young generation is competitive, ambitious and the epitome of confidence. They work hard to fulfill their career goals and aspiration and ready to go that extra mile to see results. However, sometimes the stress of competition and hard work takes a toll on the body and mind and will affect the external appearance of an individual. Certain studies have proven the correlation between stressful jobs and its effect on the appearance and skin.
Jobs for Life aims to see all people flourishing in their relationships and work. More specifically, we provide a platform for churches and ministries around the country to engage their communities to help individuals find and maintain meaningful employment. Our Biblically-based work readiness curriculum emphasizes job search skills, character, relational mentoring, and creating an ongoing community of mentors, instructors and employers. This network greatly improves their chances of finding meaningful work and achieving long-term success.