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Look at my BLOG to read some short summaries of things in the news. Periodically, I’ll post answers to questions submitted through the “Ask Dr. Kit” area on the side of the page. Feel free to send me questions related to finding a career and getting there successfully!
Encouraging friendships at work
In the last post I talked about a dichotomy—an idea with two parts that are very different and may be opposites from each other: 1) People don’t want to socialize after work, but 2) they probably won’t quit if they… Read More
Friends at work? Maybe not.
September 3, 2022 - By Dr. Di
Things have changed in the workplace: People no longer have friends at work like they used to. Maybe it’s because people are working from home a lot these days—at least, since the pandemic. But many employees say friendships at work… Read More
Do Introverts Want to Keep Working at Home?
August 16, 2022 - By Dr. Di
How do you think most employees feel about returning to the office? Wouldn’t you say that the extroverts–the outgoing, talkative ones–must be eager to get back to the office, and the introverts–the quieter, loner-type people– must be dreading going back?… Read More
Who needs reskilling or upskilling?
February 15, 2021 - By Dr. Di
The short answer to the question of who needs reskilling or upskilling is anyone who is getting into or staying in the job market—that’s pretty much all working people. Reskilling means upgrading the hard skills—the skills of how to complete… Read More
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