What Next, Barbara Moses
What next? This question encapsulates the career dilemma faced by most clients that come to career practitioners for help. It’s also a question that those practitioners may be asking themselves. What next? My organization is restructuring…how can I position myself to be one of the survivors? I’m about to graduate from university. I’m suddenly the sole supporter of my family. I’m so bored with work that it’s hard to get out of bed in the morning. What next?, Barbara Moses’ most recent book (2003), is designed to help individuals, at all career stages, uncover the answer to this compelling question.
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