The price of friendship in the absence of a paycheck

06/9/2010 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Workforce

Support from a true friend takes on particular significance when you are between jobs, writes Martha Finney. Friends need not offer unsolicited advice or pass judgment on a job loss. Instead, a good friend will remind you of your best qualities and help put you in touch with the people who can best help you, she writes.

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