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Confused about future, don like my work…

steve jon Posted

Confused about future, don like my work…

Jada Haynes

Hello Steve!

First, I’m sorry to hear that. Fortunately, there are many solutions available to you.

1. If possible, it would be a worthwhile time investment to play this interactive self-care guide. It should help you get into a more positive headspace to allow you to deal with your current situation:

2. I don’t know what your current job or field is, but if it gave you any transferable skills, that’s always a plus! If you have an idea of where you want to go after this, look into how close you are already to that career path. Perhaps a former coworker can help point you in the right direction, or you can InMail people on LinkedIn who have the position you want about what.

3. If you don’t know what you want, drawing up a list of your interests (and personal values, if you’re so inclined) is a good place to start. After that, sites like (which gives you three ways to search for jobs based on your interests), (which shows you how much is the industry-average salary for the job you want), and (after taking a short PDF survey to determine the type of work personality that best suits you, follow the link at the bottom of the file search for jobs that match) should help you in mapping out where you want to go.

4. Lastly, if you need to go back to school for the skills you need, can help. After a quick sign up, which includes includes how early you would like to start taking classes and areas of interest, the site compiles the information to present you with a list of schools matching the criteria you selected.

If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to ask.

Good luck, Steve!


First of all, one thing to help you out is have you received Jesus as your Lord and Saviour. If you have, Praise the Lord. If you haven’t, please consider it. Be reassured. I am not going to push that on you. I am just approaching your question in a different light. Anyway, once you have answered my question, approach your question like this. Pray about things regardless, and have others pray for you as well.

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