For a lot of people, the idea of their boss taking another job can be grounds for celebration; the mean old ogre is finally going to live in a new forest. In my case, it’s a different story... Read more
Pretend for a moment that you are desperately unemployed. It might look like this: you’ve got bills piling up, you’ve got kids to feed, it’s been greater than 6 months since your last check... Read more
Depending on your age, you may or may not know what a checkbook register is. For the millenials out there, once upon a time (before PayPal and online banking), everyone paid their bills with... Read more
The phrase “down the memory hole” comes from George Orwell’s book “Nineteen Eighty-Four.” It’s where inconvenient or unwelcomed memories go to be forgotten, and it is likely where many job-a... Read more
A light bulb recently turned on in my head and it relates to processes and progress. People find it reassuring when they are informed that there is progress happening in pretty much anything... Read more
In May of 1994, I was honorably discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps, after a little more than four years of service. The Marine Corps make a really big deal about perceived exclusivity; un... Read more
By my estimate, it’s been at least six months since I’ve provided TechNation readers with input regarding resumes. Since my last installment on this subject, I estimate that I have viewed ab... Read more
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