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Global jobs crisis: Career plan strategy for the 21st century – Part 9

[cleveryoutube video=”lREBTWy-zf0″ vidstyle=”1″ pic=”” afterpic=”” width=”” quality=”inherit” starttime=”” endtime=”” caption=”” showexpander=”off” alignment=”left” newser=””]   Managing change in the 2014-2020 Workplace – There’s going to be jobs-You have to be ready Video 10 continues here Big data is huge. The next game-changer that integrates with big data is 3-D printing. Have you heard of 3-D printing? Very […]

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Global jobs crisis: The collapse of Moore’s Law: 6 amazing inventions – Part 7

[cleveryoutube video=”-bNj72n8mQk” vidstyle=”1″ pic=”” afterpic=”” width=”” quality=”inherit” starttime=”” endtime=”” caption=”” showexpander=”off” alignment=”left” newser=””]   Managing change in the 2014-2020 Workplace – Organizational Change News Video 8 continues here And the easiest thing about this … And I’m going to give it to you in just a second in terms of what you should do. But, remember […]

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Global jobs crisis: Nanotechnology, medicine and the future of aging – Part 6

[cleveryoutube video=”UE7HuhOPyLc” vidstyle=”1″ pic=”” afterpic=”” width=”” quality=”inherit” starttime=”” endtime=”” caption=”” showexpander=”off” alignment=”left” newser=””]   Managing change in the 2014-2020 Workplace – Technology Video 7 continues here Foldable paper. You might get your computer out of your wallet and unfold it and that’s your computer. When you’re done you’re going to fold it back up and […]

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Résumés: Why the right keywords aren’t enough

Loading your résumé with keywords isn’t enough to get you an interview. Keywords on your résumé have taken the spotlight when it comes to penetrating the online systems. But they aren’t enough to get that all-important phone call. * * * John was meticulous when he prepared his résumé for a position. He took hours […]
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Employment Help For Grads

Parents of Grads (and Grads!): Employment Help & Conversation Starters When a graduate moves back home, you are likely experiencing communication challenges and your well-meaning advice on managing the jobsearch only brings resentment and frustration. Consider reading the blog: An Open Letter to the Parents of College Grads, and the article: Parents of Grads (and Grads): Dos […]

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Interview Tips for Millennials

Interview Tips for Grads & Others This article is written by Ericka Spradley, owner at My Next Level and Marcia LaReau, Founder and Owner of Forward Motion, LLC. Making the transition from college to the workplace can be especially challenging because the rules are so different and often times, there are different assumptions on the part of both employer and […]

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