We all know it can be a jungle out there to find
a job in a hurry, and most people would be in
a very, very difficult position financially if
they were suddenly thrown out of work.
I am quoted in this national article (see “Stay on Top of Trends” paragraph)…
Your name is your brand—and you’re anything but generic.
7 Ways to Make a Name for Yourself in Your Industry | Monster.com
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