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on Dec 4th, 2008Career development programs for jobless professionals in New Jersey

The rise of jobless professionals in New Jersey career development programs should take center stage to help them recover and never lost hope to find new jobs.

This is also what exactly happens in Central Jersey when professionals were laid off from their main jobs they need to be hopeful again to find one. Scott Percival of Bridgewater find Greater Raritan One-Stop Career Center never did hesitated to join applicants for job-seeking activities and eventually get hired again.

Percival said Professional Service Group has an overwhelming support and job seekers should look into the many opportunities it can give. “You can get out of the house and concentrate yourself in selling strategies.

Now working in a project management group, Percival believes his experience with the group made him a savvier job-seeker. He said the networking group conducted mock interviews as well as look closely on critical stages of career development programs. Like many students in schools world wide students also need support from reliable groups.

With the new efforts of One-Stop Centers located in Central New Jersey more and more professionals who were dropped from their jobs due to economic recession. This means the shop does not only offer good opportunities but it also encourages. Career development is really a tedious process but given the expertise of many people it becomes easier now.
Right now the One-Stop Centers nationwide has been helping many professionals with their expertise and other career activities with other job-related support services funded by the federal and state dollars.

Wendy Packard, Greater Raritan One-Stop operator said the concept of One Stop includes having partnership to work together and provide s system that would not also confuse customers. When a professional becomes jobless all they need is to come to One Stop center and register.

Another resident of Bridgewater Brian Luszik also benefitted from One Stop center. Luszik revealed he had a problem with drugs for years and imprisoned and homeless. He was released from prison later and went on welfare center. He then ended at Somerville One-Stop center. It has been his dream to continue his studies and One Stop allowed this to happen. Through the help of One-Stop he finished a two year program only in six months.

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