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January 2019 Bulletin 
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2018 Survey on Work & Cancer

We are always on a mission to capture the experiences of patients and survivors so we can understand their changing needs and challenges — and find solutions. One way we get this feedback is from our annual survey, which helps tell the story of work and cancer in the U.S. — the successes and the gaps. This research continues to highlight how valuable work can be after a cancer diagnosis.


                    
For more details and the full survey infographic, click here.


Since 2012, Cancer and Careers has brought 236 people from all 50 states to New York City for this event — and now is your chance to be one of them! Travel scholarships are available for patients, survivors and healthcare professionals to attend our 9th Annual National Conference on Work & Cancer, on June 21st. For more info and to apply, click here.  Already in NYC? Register here.

Check out the sizzle reel below to get a glimpse of the day!




Sponsors

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Bronze:
      
Haven't been reading our blog recently? Here's some of what you've been missing!

How to Use Social Media to Get Your Next Job
Roadmapping Your Path to a Happier Work Life
Simple Solutions When You're Overwhelmed at Work 

Check out all of our blog posts here.
New Year, New Opportunities!

Our annual Balancing Work & Cancer webinar series launches this month! Registration is open; free CEUs available.

Career Change
January 16th  1PM ET/10AM PT

Job Search
February 6th — 1PM ET/10AM PT

Disclosure, Privacy & Online Brand 
March 6th — 7PM ET/4PM PT

Phone access required to attend (computer access not needed).


Made possible in part by a grant from Genentech.


Resume Review Service

Looking for FREE personalized feedback on your resume? Check out our Resume Review Service for input from one of our professional career coaches!  

Submit your resume today!

Powered in part by L’Oréal USA.


Join us March 29th in Chicago for the 6th Annual Midwest Conference on Work & CancerThis free daylong event addresses practical and legal issues and is open to patients, survivors, caregivers, healthcare/HR professionals* and anyone else touched by cancer. Register now, or, if you live in the region, apply for a travel scholarship.

Sponsors

Gold
Genentech

Silver
Pfizer Oncology 
QVC

Patron
Allsup
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 


*Complimentary CEUs/PDCs are available for nurses, social workers and HR professionals. For details, click here.
The Living and Working with Cancer Workbook is a comprehensive guide to the practical and legal issues of working after a cancer diagnosis. It includes tips on sharing a diagnosis at work (or online), information on managing side effects at work, and tools for collecting and organizing critical information.

Order or download your free copy here! And don't forget to check out our complete library of publications in both English and Spanish, here!

Workplace Transitions offers a free web-based toolkit designed to help managers support their employee's return to work after a cancer diagnosis.

Learn more here!
FOUNDING: Avon Breast Cancer Crusade | Genentech
PLATINUM:  Pfizer Oncology | P&G Beauty | QVC | Tweezerman
GOLD: Chanel, Inc. | The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. | Firmenich | L’Oréal USA | MaCher | Shiseido Americas
SILVER: Allure | Eisai | Kaplow | Laura Geller New York | Nordstrom | Seattle Genetics | Target
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