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Workforce Development News – Nov. 30, 2015
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“It doesn’t happen by accident.”
“To be a superboss, do five things well.”
“Cities Seeking Tech Success Need Cooperation From Local Big Companies.”
“It matters to your team, not just to you.”
“Significant changes in wages—whether up or down—frequently occur when industries undergo other shifts, such as drastic fluctuations in the number of jobs.”
“Skilled interviewers have a few go-to questions to help dig deeper into applicants’ skills and goals.”
“Don’t let progress end when the meeting does.”
“To make the process easier and increase the likelihood of getting hired, keep these tips in mind.”
“As the world grows increasingly digital, choices abound for ways to tap into it. And for many Americans, one device isn’t enough.”
“Everyone is entitled to success; we just have to make room for it. Learn to give up what is keeping you stuck and start moving closer to the things you want out of life.”
“Reflect upon your present blessings, of which every man has many – not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.” – Charles Dickens