Job hunters who haven’t worked for years — often by choice to raise children — need to use friends and family as their network when they want to re-enter the workforce. Their volunteer experience, talents and maturity may spark hirers’ interest.
Job hunters who haven’t worked for years — often by choice to raise children — need to use friends and family as their network when they want to re-enter the workforce. Their volunteer experience, talents and maturity may spark hirers’ interest. Bigstock
Job hunters who haven’t worked for years — often by choice to raise children — need to use friends and family as their network when they want to re-enter the workforce. Their volunteer experience, talents and maturity may spark hirers’ interest. Bigstock

Tips to re-enter the workforce for stay-at-home moms and others

June 10, 2016 06:00 AM