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Underearners Anonymous

International. 12-Step. Support for people to help themselves and one another recover from underearning. Underearning is not only about earnings although the inability to provide for one's needs, including future needs is one symptom. Underearning includes underemployed, underachieving and fear of personal growth.
Write:
Underearners Anonymous
P.O. Box 255
Nyack, NY 10960
Website: http://underearnersanonymous.org
E-mail: info@underearnersanonymous.org
Verified: 9/13/2013

Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA

Model. Job-seekers self-help group, with 28 groups in NJ and MA. Founded 2011. Mutual support for those who are actively looking for work, and would like to re-invigorate their job search. Includes laid-off workers, recent college grads, those re-entering the job market, anyone seeking volunteer and part-time work, retirees seeking part-time, and struggling small business owners. Members share support and job leads, assisting each other with techniques and suggestions to improve job search and networking, while setting personal goals between meetings. Values a positive 'Pay It Forward' group culture. All groups meet at local public libraries where local librarians skilled in job search resources and skills are available, along with access to computers. Free how-to materials for starting NhN groups available.
Write:
Neighbors-helping-Neighbors
244 Berkley Rd.
Rivers Edge, NJ 07661
Website: http://www.NhNusa.org
E-mail: john@nhnusa.org
Verified: 7/16/2013

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Last Updated: September 04, 2014
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