Careerism

Not everyone is into this, but I ran across an interesting article about careers today.
 
Careers don’t just reflect which jobs are available, they represent who we are as people. Fast Company was founded on that notion (among others). The ensuing 10 years have seen everything from the rise of online job boards to the Brand Called You, the birth of blogs to offshoring. All of these developments have had a significant impact on the way we manage our careers–and the next 10 years promise to be just as dramatic. A number of technological and demographic trends still in their infancy will shape the way you develop and guide your professional life in the decade to come. Here’s how to ride those waves.
 
 
Pitifully enough, lately I’m realizing that I need to get, and stay, ahead, so this piqued my interest.
 
 

 

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