Career Management Advice - Get a Life, Not a Job


 The new rules of career management - understand the new employment reality and act. Now!

 There are approximately 152 million Americans working in the U.S. labor force today. On any given day, 75% of them would consider changing jobs. In fact, over 60 million of them are actively looking for a new job at this moment. Are you one of them?

Now is the time to take control of your career destiny so you can enjoy greater work-life balance, security, fulfillment and satisfaction. The secret lies in understanding the new employment reality and rewriting the rules of what a career can be.

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