Ever had the idea, need or felt the force of changing your career? Most people have, but can’t find the right time, and courage, to jump ship and make the switch to something different. Sad.
In today’s competitive job market we all have been told “be an expert in what you do” and don’t ruin your career with patchwork. Patchwork in the sense of doing too much or having worked to many different jobs and industries. The common opinion with companies, recruiters, HR and other folks involved in hiring is, you can’t be good in all of it. They claim they need experts. The result of such practices you can find in the quote below.
“A lot of people in our industry haven’t had very diverse experiences. So they don’t have enough dots to connect, and they end up with very linear solutions without a broad perspective on the problem. The broader one’s understanding of the human experience, the better design we will have”.
-Steve Jobs- Continue reading
This infographic looks at the changing face of journalism as it transitions from the traditional to the contemporary. Continue reading
One hundred and thirty-seven years ago yesterday, the first telephone call took place. Any guess as to who placed the call and what was said? (The answers are at the end of this post.) Continue reading
Had the U.S. wireless industry experienced the most innovation and change of any market over the last decade? Here are the numbers. You decide.