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When workers show up to their job in Ohio and are met with the startling and unexpected news that they have been laid off, they could be left scrambling to pick up the pieces and figure out where to begin. Rarely, do people ever expect to lose their job. When it happens suddenly, they may be in a dire position if they have not adequately prepared for a situation such as the one, they are now in.

One of the most difficult aspects of losing a job for many people is the ability to cope with the stress and anxiety of having no dependable income until they are able to secure another form of employment. According to HelpGuide, a job provides many people with self-confidence and is a part of their personal identity. It can also add purpose to their lives. Losing a job can not only be a blow to someone’s financial situation, but it can also cause damage to each of those other aspects as well. 

Monster Worldwide Inc. suggests that people plan ahead for a potential job loss because they can never know for sure what will happen with their career. For folks who are feeling especially uneasy about their job’s stability and longevity, it is even more important that they put themselves in a good position in case they lose their job unexpectedly. Some of the things they can do include budgeting money toward an emergency fund that can provide support if regular income is temporarily unavailable. They can also be a bit more reserved with their spending, especially on credit accounts. People can benefit from finding creative ways to save including cutting back on the contribution they make to their retirement accounts until they have a steady income again.