Judy Margulies a #JOBCLUB member for life proudly shared that she received help and assistance from Goodwill’s Job Developers to re-enter the workforce. She said, “I would not have been able to do this without Goodwill, your support and assistance. I'm very grateful and a forever supporter of Goodwill!
In most countries, unemployment is one of the most serious social and economic problems of the day. It exists in an alarming degree, not only in poor countries, but also in apparently prosperous lands like England and the United States of America.
Women head nearly 15 million households nationwide – and 29 percent of women live below the poverty line. Through the Beyond Jobs program, Goodwill and Walmart will transform the lives of thousands of women like Julie Stewart. Read more at http://www.goodwill.org/beyondjobs/
Repin if you're #Goodwill proud! #weputpeopletowork
Meet Kim Reeves. Kim works at #Goodwill’s Outsourcing & Production Fulfillment Center working on a variety of jobs like collating coupons and assembly and mailing projects for companies like Destination Maternity. Kim says her favorite thing about working at Goodwill is, "Having people who help you during the day and of course, getting paid!" #goodwillhelpspeoplegettowork
How'd she get from PTA mom to technology entrepreneur? By following her instincts, she said. She offered some tips for those contemplating a stab at entrepreneurship, especially Post50 moms hoping to re-enter the workforce with a business of their own:
Tyres Dickson, Goodwill Industries International’s 2013 Achiever of the Year, speaks about his experience: "Goodwill helped me realize there were still people in the world that truly cared about helping others."