Opportunity: What Is Working

Eliminate clutter through mixing and matching Rather than having to reprogram each Cubelet, the mixing and matching of the
If you are stuck in your job search, connect with people through the informational interview. Consider it a useful tool to
8. Diversify your career options. Never put all your eggs in one basket. The job market is one big numbers game. Apply to positions early and often. You're far more likely to miss out on your dream job if you don't know that it exists. Find it before someone else does.
So what connects these people who appear to be so different? It's this: They were prompted to find their own path to finding word. Not told. Or instructed. They started with a totally unrelated story that was based on a principle. That story prompted a thought.
Fighting ageism by battling a culture, a gatekeeper, a stereotype, or a blind job ad can be a noble pursuit. But it can also be like throwing cotton balls into the wind.
When you make it real, applicable to real life, you touch the hearts and minds of America's youth and young workforce. Make it hands on, and show young people the correlation to real life and they will learn way more and advance academically.
Because in this time when jobs are so scare, no one wants to give a job to a stranger. Jobs go to those who are part of a community. And perhaps you share a community with one of those 5,000. In fact, you might share a community and not even know it.
The sexual exploitation of children and youth is one of the most destructive atrocities in the world and one of the worst human rights violations. Programs like this CAN make a difference. This is more than a social responsibility, it's a debt to the next generation.
There are one in seven young people ages 16-24 who are not in school nor working. The country is beginning to talk about these 5.8 million young people -- the so-called "disconnected youth." Who are these young people, and how did they end up so off-course? There is no one single answer.
Stand at the corner of Publishing Street and Job Market Avenue and you'll see an endless stream of corporate or organizational writers, copy editors, freelancers, self-promoters, bloggers and people who write because they can't imagine a world where they didn't write.
Where many of your peers find success is through their unbending unwillingness to let the word no become a setback.
Mounting evidence shows that the American Dream is increasingly out of reach, and that geography too often determines one's destiny. Studies show that neighborhoods and schools with higher concentrations of poverty provide fewer opportunities for their residents and students.
All too often your zip code determines your economic destiny. This harsh reality contradicts our cherished belief in the American Dream -- that we are a country that rewards hard work with a better life for each successive generation.