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A little author bio about My Greener Future

My Greener Future is a Job Search Strategy and Career Coaching Company. At My Greener Future, you will be connected with industry coaches who care about you and your career as much as you do. They will work with you to create your very own custom career plan and support you in achieving your short term and long term career goals. Join My Greener Future TODAY and see how it will change the way you think about your career.


Posted on: January 25th, 2022 by
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Decisions you make about your job today will dramatically impact your future.  Some jobs will guarantee a fruitful career, while others predict difficult times.  What jobs and careers are destined to be in demand, and which ones will be the losers?  It’s important to look to the future 5 to 10 years out.   Research [Read the full story …]


Posted on: January 22nd, 2022 by
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Part 1 in this series talked about the marketplace, the employer’s situation and what you might do about it.  Part 2 talks about your personal/professional situation and how to approach decisions concerning when to stay or when to leave your current job.   You have more leverage now, with either your current or new employer, [Read the full story …]


Posted on: January 18th, 2022 by
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Workers that move to another job are receiving a larger pay increase than those who stay in their current job.  At least for now.  Why?  Because the labor market is tilted to the demand side to fill open positions, while the supply side of workers are still in the Great Resignation Revolution.  4 million workers [Read the full story …]


Posted on: January 11th, 2022 by
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Usually during the months of November and December employment goes up given the need for seasonal or part-time workers.  This year the opposite has happened.  In November 4.5 million people left their jobs.  In October, the number was 4.4 million resignations.  What’s happening?  There is a war for talent.   A lot of the turnover [Read the full story …]


Posted on: January 4th, 2022 by
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Say you get an offer that is 15% higher than your present pay.  Should you take it?  The answer can be either yes or no depending upon the total value of the offer versus the total value of your current position and geographical cost comparisons.  Let me explain.   Discounting all other factors like relocation [Read the full story …]

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