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10 Critical College Readiness Questions for Parents and Students

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As part of my upcoming career guidance book to help you find your “Real Me,” I’ve interviewed several college students and recent college graduates and have asked them what they wish they would have known before they started college.  After … Continue reading

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Brighter Career Guidance for Darker Days Ahead

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Far more people quit their jobs in 2021 than any other year on record, even going back over 50 years.  In 2021 the disruptive onset of COVID-19 caused 47 million Americans to quit their jobs, according to the Bureau of … Continue reading

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The meaning behind the Great Resignation is meaning

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What is being called the “Great Resignation” represents an historically epic movement.  For the first time in history, there is a massive migration of people moving away from their current work or studies. In the past, only wars have caused … Continue reading

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The Secret but Reliable “Yellow Brick Road” that Ensures Your Adolescent Will Find a Job After College

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Over my 15 years of working with adolescents, one of the gravest errors I witnessed on a daily basis is parents who do not have their adolescents get significant work experiences and vocational exposure work before they go to college.  … Continue reading

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