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Are you lost in your professional transition? Are you looking for inspiration to find a job that is useful and meaningful to you? Discover here all the resources and testimonies to inspire you and guide you in the positive impact.

5 necessary steps to find an impact job

Want to make a career transition but don't know where to start? Marine, from Join Indigo School, gives you 5 practical tips to get you started.

First job: how to choose? Free advice that pays off

You're looking for your first job, but it's a blank slate. You know what you don't want, but how do you find the right job for you? Laurent gives you some valuable advice.

Meaning at work: Fantasies, burnout and retraining

Do you also find that we lack REALLY useful advice when looking for a job that makes sense? Are you tired of Ikigai or hearing that you have to drop everything to find meaning?

What job to do when you love nothing?

"What am I going to do with my life? I don't want anything..." If these words from Starmania resonate in you like the neon lights of the night, here is an article to read urgently!

I don't know what to do for a job

The anxiety of the blank page, you know? Ah, are you even an expert? Don't panic, we've put together a little guide to inspire you and find THE job that suits you.

10 tips for finding your way to impact

There is no magic formula, but tips for orientation, yes! Come on, you've got 10, it's a gift!

What if quiet quitting was good news?

The phenomenon landed on TikTok this summer. All lazy? Not so fast, quiet quitting is a deeper trend than that, it might even be good news!

Big quit: does the great resignation affect France?

Are we witnessing an epidemic of resignations? This is what the figures for the number of breaches of contracts in France seem to attest. Where is that from ? Is that bad ? Is this good news?

Am I browned out?

We often talk about loss of meaning at work, but did you know that it has a name? Discover the symptoms of brownout, and how to fight it.

Bore out : I'm bored at work, what should I do?

You knew the burn out, we present to you the little brother, or the cousin: the bore-out? Kezako? It's that hand that's holding your face, that somewhat noisy exhalation in the open space. In short: you are bored.