THE INTERVIEWER: WHY DO I WANT THIS JOB?

We enter the job market for many reasons.  On one end of the spectrum, we may have risen to the top, achieved all we could hope for, and there is no longer an avenue for promotion and no opportunity for new challenges.  On the other end of the spectrum, we were fired for poor performance…

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THE KVETCHER: HOW DO I ROLL WITH THE PUNCHES WHEN EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING IS CONSTANTLY CHANGING?

As the Jefferson Airplane once wisely said: “Life is change.”    Something disturbing happened to me last week. My lovely wife Donna and I booked a flight from San Francisco to New York to visit family and friends. We were scheduled to arrive at Newark Airport on a Tuesday evening. Not wanting to drive into Manhattan during rush-hour, we thought…

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