Monthly Archives: February 2012

When Will “Always Be Job Hunting” Be Available to Buy?

The book isn’t printed as yet. I’m publishing it through Amazon, aiming for an April publication date to coincide with spring job-hunting season for new high school and college grads. Continue reading

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How Hard is It to Change Careers, or Jobs, After 50?

I just finished my first week in the new job, and the new field, and I feel like I did when I first started high school so many years ago. Very little that I know matters at this point, it’s all about learning. Continue reading

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Why You Should Read “Always Be Job Hunting”

If you’re honest about your capabilities, if you keep current with the ever-changing skills needed in your profession, and if you stay open to new possibilities, I think you can’t help but succeed. Continue reading

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Why I Wrote “Always Be Job Hunting.”

What follows is an excerpt from chapter 1 of my new book, Always Be Job Hunting. Continue to watch here for news of the publication date for the book. Continue reading

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Is There a Perfect Job?

What follows is an excerpt from my new book, Always be Job Hunting. The job mentioned was one I started in June 2010. I just started a new job. Again. Landing a new job in the midst of the worst … Continue reading

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“Always Be Job” Hunting is Almost Ready

My new book, Always Be job Hunting, is going through final edits and should be ready for publishing soon. I plan to start running excerpts from various chapters here shortly to whet your appetite so you’ll buy the book and … Continue reading

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How Do You Know it’s Time to Change Careers?

That’s a question I’m about to answer. On Feb. 13, I leave behind my professional journalism career to become an industry analyst and researcher. How did I know it was time? I was frustrated as a journalist because the economics … Continue reading

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