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Professionals who want to advance in their careers should find a passion project at work that inspires creativity and provides a sense of fulfillment, career expert Chrissy Scivicque suggests. In this blog post, she outlines steps to identify such a project and how to get management support. U.S. News & World Report (11/24)25 Nov 2015 11:43:20 CSThttp://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2015/11/24/heres-why-everyone-needs-a-passion-project-at-work
Graduate students need to work with their faculty advisers to prepare for both academic and nonacademic jobs, Fordham University professor Leonard Cassuto writes. In this commentary, he presents a case study outlining how one adviser and student at Pennsylvania State University worked together to build transferable skills. The Chronicle of Higher Education (free content) (11/23)25 Nov 2015 11:43:20 CSThttp://chronicle.com/article/The-Alt-Ac-Job-Search-A-Case/234295?cid=trend_right
The number of people quitting their jobs in September in the US was 2.7 million, consistent with the previous 13 months, according to the Labor Department. UBS economist Samuel Coffin says, "Employees do not seem confident enough in the labor market to quit jobs at nearly the rate they did during the last expansion." USA Today (11/24)25 Nov 2015 11:43:20 CSThttp://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2015/11/24/job-quitters-leveling-off/76322728/
Employee Benefit News (11/24)25 Nov 2015 11:43:20 CSThttp://ebn.benefitnews.com/news/retirement/student-loan-debt-hindering-retirement-savings-2747761-1.html