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Educating for Impending Careers

The vast majority of us in the United States were educated as children and young adults so that we could succeed both as citizens sustaining our democratic way of life and as productive workers able to sustain ourselves and our … Continue reading

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Promote Your Expertise with LinkedIn

There are significant reasons for sharing your career field expertise with others. Doing so, a) establishes you as a qualified and trusted resource among colleagues, management, and customers; b) aligns you with other experts, thereby enhancing your comprehension and skill … Continue reading

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Your Identity and Your Career

Many of us tend to think of ourselves in terms of what we do. When asked, “Who are you?”, we give answers such as, “I am a dental hygienist,” or “I’m a firefighter,” or “I do banking.” The work we … Continue reading

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The Hard Truth About Soft Skills

As a former school teacher I occasionally run into former students, who are now all adults. If time allows, the conversation naturally turns to memories of when we spent time together in a teacher-student relationship many years earlier. Over the … Continue reading

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