COVID-19 and Your Plans: What to Do When Your Career (And Your Life) Is on Hold

Jordyn Rystrom Emmert
Use this time wisely and invest in yourself to develop the skills that will set you apart from other candidates.

Use this time wisely and invest in yourself to develop the skills that will set you apart from other candidates.

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The graduating class of 2020 is facing unprecedented challenges. Many new graduates are mourning their rescinded job offers, while others are anxiously waiting on pay cuts and (gulp) actual cuts. It is difficult to tell a new attorney to keep her chin up and smile if she is unsure of what the next few months hold for her. 

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