Thursday, September 20, 2012

“Work” - in the 21st Century

With the advent of the Internet and email, followed by the social networking technologies of Facebook and Twitter, and enterprise networks like LinkedIn and Yammer, the one constant all business professionals can depend on is change. As the great financial collapse and recession of 2008 is barely behind us now, and millions still struggle to find work, or adapt to the rapid changes of commerce in America, it seems prudent to dedicate this next series to “work” in the 21st century.

Work satisfaction is minimally connected to salary. Although, for those Americans still without jobs, or currently under-employed, obviously income does matter a great deal. Join me during the next four weeks as I cover - 2012 job trends, salaries and satisfaction; techniques and tooling for professional development in the online marketplace to increase your opportunities to find work or a job period; resume formats and keywords that pop; and, even how to find more satisfaction in the work you do.

“In all of our contracts it is probably the sense of being really needed and wanted that gives us the greatest satisfaction and creates the most lasting bond.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

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