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Finding a Way Forward After Job Loss
Dawn R. Norris, Ph.D.
What's a hidden reason that underemployment can be as bad for mental health as being completely unemployed?
What if others tell you that you’re not the employee you think you are?
What good could possibly come from robots taking over most jobs?
Can you be replaced by technology?
It’s not your imagination—workplace age discrimination is real.
Can being an older job seeker actually help recharge your job search?
Are there ways to think about age that help us get through unemployment?
The “four V’s” of identity change
Adopting age stereotypes into our identities can lead to work-related problems.
The money and the message...
Did working-class identity loss help Trump win?
No, it’s not about your two-year-old; it’s about the “unemployed” identity.
Being out of work can make identity confusing.
Do you avoid calling yourself unemployed? That may be for good reason...
I've lost my job. Now who am I?
Dawn R. Norris, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse.