“Most weeks, as I breathlessly try to keep up with my family responsibilities and the demands of my job, I often lament, ‘There just aren’t enough hours in the day!'” This 2-page Family Album Radio transcript was written by Suzanna Smith, and published by the UF Department of Family Youth and Community Sciences, August 2012.
A financially secure retirement is a goal for many workers, and the ability to achieve that plan can be helped by employer-sponsored retirement plans. Learn more in this 3-page fact sheet written by Rachel Dorman, Lisa M. Leslie, Michael S. Gutter, Martie Gillen, and Josephine Turner, and published by the UF Department of Family Youth and Community Sciences, April 2012.
Aunque la pérdida de trabajo es más común hoy que en el pasado, una pérdida inesperada de empleo puede ser una experiencia terrible, miedosa y ciertamente estresante. This 3-page fact sheet is the Spanish language version of “Coping With Stress During a Job Loss.” Written by Heidi Liss Radunovich, and published by the UF Department of Family Youth and Community Sciences, September 2011.
FCS-5265, a 4-page fact sheet by Heidi Liss Radunovich, describes the typical emotional reactions people have when they experience an unexpected job loss, and lists ways people can take care of themselves during the stress of a job loss. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Family Youth and Community Sciences, August 2008.
FCS=2287, a 4-page fact sheet by Lynn Max and Heidi Liss Radunovich, discusses issues surrounding returning to school in a question-and-answer format — advantages and disadvantages, how to pay for it, and factors contributing to success. Includes references. Published by the Uf Department of Family Youth and Community Sciences, August 2008.