I'm worried that people professing to be experts in "resilience" have not the slightest idea about the lived experience of being unemployed. For anyone, but especially people in their fifties (and even forties) this is not a self-improvement jaunt. This is forever.
For example: ""For those who are unemployed, it's a time to take stock and say 'Actually, I could be doing some study while I'm locked away', 'Can I be thinking about my career options?' … looking to the future a little differently," he said." https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-04-02/resilience-strategies-to-deal-with-coronavirus/12111594