why this blog

  • Not everything you enjoy doing will provide you with a good income. It is important to balance what you enjoy, what you are good at (your skills), and what jobs are available.
  • You may not enjoy every part of your job, but you should enjoy most of it.lateral and vertical perspective
  • Danger of a single view- Monopoly of opportunities
  • We must democratize opportunity
  • Address inequity of access to information

HOW?

Diverse view of role, nature of work not just narrow focus on tech and title

Search literacy for new grads, transitions, first gen, interdisciplinary

Candidate experience Quality

Trustworthy information

No information pollution and misinformation

See future possibilities descriptions to know what tasks to practice in current job for next job move

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Thoughts on information for basic needs, mostly for awareness of work and education opportunities

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Thoughts on information for basic needs, mostly for awareness of work and education opportunities

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