Wednesday, January 28, 2015

[RED DEMOCRATICA] Job seekers need to decide between "should" and "want"


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Job seekers need to decide between "should" and "want"
There are two avenues to pursue when seeking a new job -- the "should" path and the "want to" path, writes career coach Susan Bernstein. The "should" path is the logical and most traditional route, but pursuing the "want to" path is often more fulfilling, she writes. The Huffington Post (1/26)
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