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Reflections on 2010, The Career

This has been another interesting year in my rather winding and non-linear career path. The year started out at BPI group (yes – they confuse everyone with a lower case “g”). That ended June 30, and I started with my … Continue reading

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Work / Life Balance – A Key to Career Success

On May 25th, I was very privileged to be a panelist at LEAD – a women’s leadership group within Bank of America. The event was designed to provide insight about balancing career and family demands. The group was focused on what LEAD … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned from Job Searching in 2009

Lessons a Job Search Can Teach Let’s hope the encouraging news about the economy from the past few weeks is a true harbinger of things to come. The job market looks like it might be bouncing back a little bit, … Continue reading

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Job Security

http://tomdispatch.com/post/175041/jill_fraser_a_farewell_to_jobosss is a link to a thoroughly depressing article by Jill Fraser. Much of what she says is undoubtedly true. It’s a worthwhile read and very provocative. A central theme to her article is that none of us has “job security” … Continue reading

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