7 Things You Can Do for Your Career From Home

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Like the vast majority of the rest of the world, you’ve suddenly found yourself stuck at home.

You aren’t minding the extra time in your favorite sweatpants or the fact that you get to work with your dog laying at your feet. But, let’s face it: this sudden shift in your working life introduces some anxieties too.

Rest assured, that’s normal. Even in typical times, a reported 48 percent of workers have concerns that they’ll be laid off, and that number is probably only skyrocketing given the state of economic uncertainty we’re all living in right now.

If you’re one of the lucky ones who aren’t concerned about your job security, you’re bound to still be dealing with some other career-related stressors. You’re no longer working side-by-side with your team and your boss, you aren’t out at happy hours shaking hands and making connections, and that conference you’ve…

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