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Deciding whether to continue working during and/or after cancer treatment is difficult. The thought of managing the stress of your job and battling cancer can feel overwhelming, but your career is important for many reasons, including your financial stability and personal identity.

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We're thrilled to announce that our brand new Job Search Toolkit is now available for free order and download! Read on for an overview of the new publication and where to order your copy today!

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New co-working spaces offer survivors an expanded opportunity to telecommute, collaborate and create community along the way.

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Two articles were recently published that profiled a patient going through treatment. Both of these subjects - Robin Quivers and Andrew Youssef - discussed the importance of work in their own lives.

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FlexJobs recently launched their 1 Million for Work Flexibility campaign, exciting news for anyone looking for better work-life balance

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Whether you telecommute around the world or work from a home office, striking a balance between your work and personal lives is no easy feat.

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Marissa Mayer unfortunately announced that Yahoo was no longer allowing employees to work from home, but the backlash has been heartening.

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Flexjobs is back offering discounts to any of our readers looking for flexible work options.

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A new study shows that telecommuting increases work hours and blurs the lines between work and home, making it important to set boundaries.

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We are always on the lookout for valuable information to share, and we found some great articles from our partners at FlexJobs.com.

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The Harvard Business Review recently published an article on setting boundaries on the sacrifices you are willing to make for work. While this is obviously important for all employees across the board, these boundaries can be especially necessary for cancer survivors.

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More and more people are choosing to work from home - learn about industries that are growing in this area and see if these more flexible job options might be right for you.

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Working from home is on the rise, and more companies are trusting their employees to be productive in their own home offices in addition to the workplace. This is real progress, and bodes well for cancer survivors wanting flex-time!

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A recent Inc. Magazine article touts the virtues of flexible work schedules. Cancer and Careers often encourages survivors to flex their hours when possible - and it's now becoming clear that this tactic works for everyone, not just cancer survivors.

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Refocusing on your career after cancer is hard enough, but to add an extra challenge, you may be more likely to be looking for a job that will allow you the flexibility to accommodate your health needs. Maybe it’s a part-time schedule, a flexible schedule, or the option to work from home. Read on for three tips to set yourself up for success!

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Whether you are just now starting to consider self-employment or you are a seasoned self starter, Cancer and Careers can help you along the way.

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As we're all aware, working during treatment is difficult for a variety of reasons, chief among them being able to put in a 40 hour work week between doctor's appointments, unknown side effects, and other hiccups.

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Telecommuting can be a great accommodation for employees with cancer, allowing you to avoid a lengthy commute, take a quick rest when needed. But setting up a successful telecommuting arrangement involves more than just a laptop.

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