The topic of this post is…
Farewell to “JOBS”…Are You Ready To Market Yourself?
Do you believe that our entire economic job market is changing?
And there is good reason to recognize the reality and consider your options of how you could market yourself. The article below gives an excellent assessment of the current employment opportunity situation in the U.S. with both a short and long-term view. For those ready to face todayâ€™s real situation and the facts that there are no signs of it changing at least for the next three years, I am sharing many solutions with you in these posts that could be vital to your well-being, both now and in the future.
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By Dave Maney, an entrepreneur and former journalist
Given all the attention itâ€™s getting in Washington, D.C., millions of Americans are no doubt wondering when our economyâ€™s job-creation machine will crank up again. Brace yourself: It isnâ€™t likely to happen â€” not in the way it worked before. In fact, the economic laws that undergird the system of jobs and employment as we have known them are wobbling from the torrents of information flowing through businesses from the Internet and related information processing technologies. Weâ€™re experiencing a Great Scouring Out, as we move through a painful streamlining and restructuring of our entire economy. Sounds awful, doesnâ€™t it? But itâ€™s not, at least in the long term. The demand for work isnâ€™t going away, even though millions of jobs have. The economy, more efficient than ever, will catch the wind again, providing well- equipped Americans with bountiful opportunities to make a good living.
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