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Salary has little to do with job satisfaction. Deborah Repplier of Monster reports on a study by the University of Chicago. The study found that the happiest workers are caregivers such as teachers, clergy, nurses, and firefighters. Daniel Pink’s book “Drive: The Surprising Truth about What Motivates Us” finds that money can actually have a… Read more »

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The New Year offers an opportunity to set new goals and to make changes in existing strategies and processes. After the brief holiday respite, staff may be open to new ideas. Joshua Coburn of The Business Journals recommends considering the wellbeing of your staff when improving team performance. Staff morale and trust in leadership is… Read more »

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The decision to move for a job can depend on many factors. A high salary can certainly entice a geographic career move. Sharon Florentine of CIO collected data from Dice.com and CIO.com and summarized the top ten states for technology workers. Florentine highlights career opportunities in each state. The state leaders for technology jobs are… Read more »

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The economy is emerging from the depths of recession; however, the availability of jobs depends on many other factors. Thomas Frey’s recent TED presentation at the TEDxReset Conference in Istanbul Turkey provided some comforting news along with the prediction that two billion jobs will disappear by 2030. Frey provides a commentary on the changes in… Read more »