Monthly Archives: November 2009

The Xers Start To Make Their Mark

Among the interesting disciplines to track that have some impact on the field of career development is urban studies and its cousin demographics. Just as a demographic paradigm shift occurred fifty or so years ago resulting in greater population mobility … Continue reading

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Background Check Your Own Resume

Your resume is a relatively short, but powerful document. I know that not all of you believe that, but really it is. Face it, the number of ways to get a hiring manager to consider you for an interview is … Continue reading

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A Few Interesting Survey Results

I recently read about some interesting career related results from a survey done in September to 1000 small business Intuit Payroll customers. Among them: *44% reported planning to hire in the next 12 months. *60% expect business to grow over … Continue reading

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