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Your Next Career: Do What You've Always Wanted to Do
Your Next Career helps experienced and post-retirement workers benefit from current and future employment trends: the shortage of trained and experienced younger workers, local and international outsourcing, alternative staffing arrangements, job instability, and a dramatic increase in entrepreneurial opportunities. The book optimistically addresses second career options both practically and prophetically. It provides sound strategies for creating traditional, non-traditional, and entrepreneurial second careers that provide excitement and fulfillment.
Geary, Gail, 1943-