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Career Articles

Companies must plan for an aging work force.
American Attitudes toward work and retirement are changing. This article explores some suggestions to retain and engage the older work force.

Emerging Trends for the 21st Century Workforce
Facts and figures show how workforce trends continue to affect our careers and lifestyles.

Looking at Schools, Jobs in a New Way (
Current views of education were based on models from the Manufacturing Age, which ended 25 years ago. A new approach to education and careers is needed for the Information Age.

Working into the 21st Century
The way we work at our careers will be much different in the 21st century than it was during the 1990s. Our willingness to adapt will determine our career success into the next century.

Wise Educational and Career Choices: the Parent’s Role
Parents can do several things to minimize traumatic experiences and speed the process of their children’s good decisions about education and careers.

Re-entering the Workforce: Once you have made the decision, where do you turn to for help?
How do you take that giant leap back to the workforce after being at home caring for family?

Interrupting a Career has Long-Term Financial Implications
These exercises can help you decide whether or not to interrupt or postpone your career.

The Impact of Longevity on Divorce Settlements
The current divorce system is too focused on the outdated model of retirement at age 65. The opportunity to live longer, healthier, more productive lives should force us to review and change our thinking about divorce settlements.

Closing in on Disparity
Disparity between the economic well being of divorcing couples is a critical problem. Treating divorcing couples equitably is a 21st Century challenge for lawyers and the courts.

Challenging the American Dream: A rapidly changing workforce dictates another look at traditional property settlements in divorce cases) (
Workforce trends will force family law experts to look at alternative ways of dividing property and structuring maintenance agreements.

The Work Group (Washington Journal August 23, 1999)
Use a team of experts to obtain the best results during divorce proceedings.

Using Qualified Experts as Co-planners in Divorce Cases (October 31, 1994)
An integrated team approach to using experts as co-planners rather than limiting them to expert witness testimony.

"I was having trouble finding a career path -- I felt I could do a lot of different things. So I did an eight-week program with Jan. Researching the background of what my ancestors have done -- creating a family career tree -- helped both professionally and personally. We identified a strong interest area in which I'm now getting licensed. Taking the tests and talking to Jan was very helpful. She was clear about informational interviewing, and figuring out what to do next. You won't exactly know what you'll get out of it, but in the end she will shed light on things about you that you didn't even know were there. ."--Mike, 27, Seattle

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