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I can’t find a job

“I can’t find a job “, are words that are so common these days, that people do not even seem startled anymore when they hear it. It is a very sad state of our economy and many of my clients are in this position. Well educated, gifted young people who are articulate and skilled, and…

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Getting ahead in a competitive job search

One of my favorite routines on Sunday nights is to open the business section of the New York Times to Adam Bryant’s column. I read an interview with President and C.E.O., of Red Hat, Jim Whitehurst. He is the provider of Linux and other open-source-technology. There was one particular comment that impressed me, and one which…

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Career Evaluations – Coaching tips

It’s that time of the year! Hoping for an annual bonus and experiencing anxiety associated with an evaluation by one of your superiors. How should you act? What are your expectations? How can you turn the evaluation into a positive experience and plan for your future with the company? Eilene Zimmerman offers excellent tips in…

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Race to Nowhere

I recently heard about a film titled “Race to Nowhere“, a call to mobilize families, educators, and policy makers to challenge current assumptions on how to best prepare the youth of America to become healthy, bright, contributing and leading citizens.” I was particularly interested in the film because the message applies to so many of…

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