Posting About Employment Issues

Changing jobs has been an interesting process for me, to say the least. It’s a scary thing to move from the security of a long term job to a brand new one that really has no guarantees. It’s obviously a big risk for most of us to take. It’s also a great opportunity to explore what’s out there and challenge yourself to do better.

I’m going to be writing some articles about employment issues, including searching for a new job, coping with your current one, and being more happy and productive wherever you may be working. There are so many people out there who are dissatisfied with their lives and a large part of that is due to their work situation or their perspective on their own employment. These are factors that can be changed and the realization of that is the first step toward a better, more positive life.

I have a lot of ideas already, but if you would like to suggest some topics to be included or offer your own perspective on the current job market as well as employment issues or searching for a job, please leave a comment or use my contact form.

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7 Responses to Posting About Employment Issues

  1. Phyllis V says:

    I appreciate the ideas you have here, and the links. However, it really takes a fulltime or nearly full time person to manage all of the links, ads, and signups, don’t you think?

  2. ray says:

    Hi Phyllis. Thanks! Yes, maintaining a blog can be incredibly time consuming, especially in the beginning. I’ve been blogging for over two years now and it’s gotten quite a bit easier as I’ve learned how to do things. It’s still (obviously!) a challenge for me to keep posting sometimes, but it’s been rewarding, to say the least. The trick is to find the right balance. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment!

  3. Music Terms says:

    Most young people now a days have not been exposed to theories of motivation. Starting with Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, the field has been expanded to include innumerable surveys. Posts on this subject should keep your blog alive and vibrant for a long long time.

  4. Good idea! I think most people like to have a stable job as I do. 🙂

  5. This is an interesting subject for me as I do a lot of work in employment. People do seem more and more dissalusioned in their work.

  6. BusySphere says:

    This is quite interesting for people like me. I found that this is very difficult to change an employee mindset for a person like me after eighteen years of service in government sector. I am trying, but feel so hard to think about that. Changing a job within 3 to 5 years is alright. I wish you all success for future posts on employment issues, searching for a job etc.

  7. What a great idea.Well that certianly falls into the career suicide category doesn’t it? What on earth are these people thinking?

    I think the candidate was trying to say “If you think he’s good enough to be a manager, you’ll certainly want me because I’m even better!” – Not that anyone would believe this guy!

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