"... I have always been convinced that each search for employment
is unique and that not one situation can be substituted for another.
... If we are successful in our approach, it is because we place the
highest importance upon the individual and his identity, his background
and that which makes him different from the others.
... Nevertheless, it's seems to me that a certain number of observations
can, in spite of everything, be useful to everybody. All of these are aimed
at deciphering the successive steps within a job search, steps which, from
the moment of dismissal, lead to a new career conquest, and finally, to
... Contributing to this affirmation of dignity, although sometimes
a difficult task, seemed to me an essential one."