Fast Company again but this time looking at Careers.
"In 2009, the job market will be full of contrasts: some industries will be eviscerated while others face shortages of workers. The good news is that despite the recession, there are still real jobs to be had. The bad news is that you may have to change fields to find one.
Where In The World To Find A Job by Saabira Chaudhuri
The national unemployment rate may be at its worst in over a decade, but there’s a world of opportunity out there beyond Wall Street. Companies from Finland to Dubai are bucking the recession and actively hiring—you just have to know where to look...
Ten Best Green Jobs for the Next Decade by Anya Kamenetz
Massive investments in clean energy promise to keep farmers, urban planners, and green-tech firms in business. This guide to sustainability-focused careers will help solar-charge your work life...
What Should I Do With My Life, Now? by Po Bronson
Author Po Bronson addresses the current economic crisis, in this follow-up to his book and Fast Company article, "What Should I Do With My Life?
7 Essential Steps to Surviving a Post-Layoff Existence by Adam Frucci
We can’t promise riches and happiness, but this tutorial to getting the most out of your free time should land you a notch above destitution... "
Plus: more career advice; salary wizard(US); non-profits and a next generation jobsites. Read it
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