How can I build my skills while I am unemployed?

There are lots of emerging job opportunities that require specific skills. Building those job skills is necessary to fill numerous types of good-paying jobs, especially jobs in the tech industry. But you also need a specific skillset to be an educator, healthcare worker, financial services professional, plumber, or electrician.

So, to answer your question, first ask yourself what kind of work interests you. Then seek education and training while you are currently unemployed. Focus on the skills you need to build. But most importantly improve your worth and skills in today’s competitive job market.

I wish you only the best as you improve your life through skill development. This is a wonderful and admirable use of your time while unemployed.

Take Charge of Your Savings
Earn rewards for creating a brighter future
Sign up to save more

Recommended Articles

Should I Open a Savings Account for My Kids?

Before opening a savings account, think about why you and your child are saving money. Here are some common reasons Pay for future education expenses Help your child manage the money they make from their job Give your child a lump sum of money when they graduate from high school Your reason for saving the… Read more

How to Teach Your Kids to Budget for Their First Jobs

First of all, congratulations! Your teen has their first paying job. This is a milestone and a time where they’ll learn new things about work, life, money, and themselves. This is an excellent time to teach foundational principles and practical budgeting. Your teen can also earn more financial independence. Save. Spend. Give. All the things… Read more

How the CARES Act Impacts Your Student Loans

Times are uncertain right now. Budgets are tightening and people are losing work. On March 27, 2020 President Trump signed the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act. Now people are trying to understand how the CARES Act will affect their lives. If you have student loans, you may wonder how the CARES Act… Read more