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Searching for employment can be daunting—especially when one is seeking a job suited to one’s own talents and needs. But Christian Science allows us to develop a more spiritual concept of employment, and as we look to God, divine Mind, we discover solutions that lead us out of inharmony, enable us to utilize our skills, and bless all involved.
I relocated to Boston in late 2005 with the hope of finding work as a music teacher and professor. Armed with a résumé that outlined a productive academic career, I expected to achieve my goals. I applied for many jobs for which I was highly qualified, and also explored temporary work such as arts telemarketing and substitute teaching. But much of the time I received no return mail, and those interviews to which I was invited emphasized competition.
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Alan Pearlmutter lives in West Roxbury, Massachusetts.
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