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Starting a New Job During a Pandemic - Issue #5

Eight weeks ago life was so normal and none of us could have imagined the changes we have experienced
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Starting a New Job During a Pandemic - Issue #5
By Marc Kermisch • Issue #5 • View online
Eight weeks ago life was so normal and none of us could have imagined the changes we have experienced since then. We now pick up our dinners instead of dine in. Put masks on to shop. Connect via video vs. over a beer or coffee. Wash our hands more than we ever have before. In midst of it all, I started a new job. In many ways it felt normal and yet, it was very different than any time before.

Starting a New Job During a Pandemic
I could have never imagined this scenario. I resigned from my last job just days before the state of MN implemented their Shelter-in-Place order, shutting down most workplaces. I had three weeks before my new job started. I had to wind down my old job and prepare to begin my new career from home. [Read the rest of the article…]
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