Your career needs a Plan B, and C, and D...
Whether it's your fantasy career or a job possibility in the wings, you should have an idea where your next job will be, according to career advisors. But knowing you should have a "Plan B," and actually knowing what that plan is, are two different things.
- Robin Kessler: President of The Interview Coach and author of books on interviewing, resume writing. Her books include, "Competency-Based Interviews: Master the Tough New Interview Style And Give Them the Answers That Will Win You the Job."
- Leslie Kelly: Critic turned cook. She's a longtime food writer who lost her newspaper restaurant critic job when the Seattle Post Intelligencer folded. She blogs about her transition at Serious Eats.com.