Category Archives: career management

Let Your Life Speak

  In my column last month, Live YOUR Life, I encouraged readers to stop listening to the endless stream of career and life advice that seems to be emanating from all directions. I cautioned that too often we look to … Continue reading

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The New Dad: Right at Home

The message that the American father “ain’t who he used to be” has echoed throughout the country and begun to challenge our views of traditional gender roles. As revealed in the Center’s previous two research reports in The New Dad series, today’s … Continue reading

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Taking Charge of Your Career and Life

In spite of the recent improvements in the US employment numbers, the last few years have been extremely trying for many individuals’ careers. While anytime is a good time to tweak your career management strategy, these days it is especially … Continue reading

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Work and Family Month: Large Policies, Small Moments

In honor of National Work and Family Month, I was asked to write some thoughts on the subject. Many excellent articles by our field’s leading thinkers have been appearing that explore policies and programs that could or should be implemented to advance the … Continue reading

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