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Can I handle the change from being on benefits for years to working full time? watch

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    I am afraid that it will be too big a change to my current 'lifestyle'. How can I ease my way into full time employment without getting too stressed or slipping back into 'voluntary' unemployment due to psychosomatic illness or upset?
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    Can you make gradual transition? So can you can go into voluntary work, then part time and then full time?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I am afraid that it will be too big a change to my current 'lifestyle'. How can I ease my way into full time employment without getting too stressed or slipping back into 'voluntary' unemployment due to psychosomatic illness or upset?
    You will,just take it easy and stay determined. Good luck

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    I would agree with what OU Student it is, it will be much easier to move to full-time employment, if you have had several successful months of volunteering (which as you know when on ESA you can take leave on your 'sick days')

    if you want to talk about anything drop me a message
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    If you are on ESA, (you've not said whether you are or not) you can look at permitted work.
 
 
 
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