A prominent type of article or blog in the career development field, and indeed in the popular culture, is of the "hottest careers of the year" variety. You know the kind, "Hottest Careers of 2012", "Coolest Jobs for Today's College Grads", and "Present Day Must-Have Careers". These make for interesting reading, but they don't represent a best practice approach for choosing careers to begin or to transition into. By the time someone gathers the training and education to move into a "hot…Continue
Added by Bill Ryan on November 21, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
By: Alyssa Buckley
I came across this while doing my daily media detective work.
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One of my associates is conducting a very important study of small businesses and how they handle the challenges of managing their sales organizations. He has identified a critical issue that small businesses face; that being “diluted sales management”. This occurs when the person responsible for managing sales has other responsibilities such as running the business, selling, doing marketing etc. Typically the result is
higher sales turnover and…
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Added by Steven Feinberg, CPA on November 9, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
My thoughts are with the long-term unemployed. Those who for a year or more have desperately been trying to find work, but remain unsuccessful. For those of you who truly want work, but are continually not being recognized for your potential the burden is heavy. Among the tragedies that can befall someone, such as the loss of a loved one or divorce, becoming chronically unemployed is a significant life challenge that only time and persistence can heal.
There comes a time when options…Continue
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