Category Archives: Sales

Potential Employment Changes

It seems to me…. “I see three forces militating in favor of growing inequality: increasing measurement of worker value added, automation through smart software, and globalization.” ~ Tyler Cowen[1]. There is considerable evidence that technological advancement is eliminating job categories, … Continue reading

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That Perfect Job

It seems to me… “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~ Confucius. There isn’t any universally perfect job, all entail certain compromises. Any job I might consider perfect would … Continue reading

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