Monthly Archives: August 2011

Regulating Your Digital Footprint

It’s not news that people go to the Internet first for information on just about anything these days. But it may be news to some that this includes recruiters, hiring managers, and just about anyone else who is trying to … Continue reading

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Education and the Unemployment Rate

I read a couple of interesting statistics the other day in a National Journal article about the widening talent shortage among many American companies. The first was a citing about a study done by ManpowerGroup, a Milwaukee-based workforce consultant, showing that 52 … Continue reading

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Most Valuable Career Trait for the Future

Wouldn’t it be great if we could just look at a reliable list of the guaranteed jobs of the future and plan our careers accordingly? We could make sure that education and training choices were cost-effective. Lifestyle stability would result … Continue reading

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