Being unemployed is going to be tough
If you are currently unemployed due to the pandemic crisis, you are not alone. 36 million jobs have been lost since the lock-down and it appears that millions are not coming back. So if you need to consider another job, target jobs that you are especially good at.
Don't just find any job, find the right one
It all starts with finding out how you are wired
Innate's assessment has been used in the corporate marketplace for over 25 years with millions of assessments taken since 1995. Based on a person's assessment results (innate wiring), the Innate Match can guide them towards careers where similarly wired workers are engaged, successful and fulfilled.
STEP ONE: Take the free 4-minute Innate Assessment
to know your innate and unchanging nature
STEP TWO: If you like the results, upgrade to the Innate Match
and get your personalized ranking of careers
Know your innate and unchanging nature
Career mapping to your specific innate wiring
Unfortunately fewer jobs and more competition for them
36 million jobs lost since lock-down
and 42% of these jobs aren't coming back.
15 million jobs are gone forever
42% of the 36 million jobs will be permanently gone.
Source: University of Chicago Study, May 2020
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