Career coaches spend their time helping other people take their next career step. That’s a big responsibility — often involving clients that are highly emotional from the loss of a job or the uncertainty of what’s ahead.
“Often the people that I deal with in transition are pretty emotional,” said career coach Kathy Arrowsmith. “They’re dealing with low self-esteem. Lots of them are in their 50s, even in their 60s, and thought they were in a life-long career. It’s hard for ...Continue Reading → Share