not sure whether the irony was intentional or not, but the first productivity tip I have linked here admonishes
productivity tip seekers to not just blindly accept productivity tips offered by self-proclaimed productivity experts.
In the two weeks since last posting links to job hunting and career improvement articles, there does not seem to
be a whole lot of good stuff out there. Maybe the severe winter freezing temperatures and unprecedented levels of
snow and ice has caused cabin fever and
seasonal affective disorder
to concentrate more effort on personal survival than imparting their collective wisdom to the ignorant masses.
Here is a list of current engineering jobs listed
on RF Cafe.
Here is a running list of job hunting and
career advice from 2015.
Things to Know Before You Try out Any Productivity Tip (like all the ones offered here),
Lessons Job Seekers Can Learn from the Great Recession, Hannah Moran
Survey: Your Pay Stinks, but You’re Happy at Work Anyway, Bret Silverberg
Take Your LinkedIn Profile from Boring to Recruiter Friendly, JobScan Blog
Are You a Manager or a Leader? 5 Ways to Tell the Difference, Austin Lin
Is Your Body Language Sabotaging Collaboration?, Carol Kinsey Goman
The Death of the 9-to-5: Why We'll All Work Flex Schedules Soon, Alexandra Levit
with the Boss: Questions for Better Effectiveness with Your Manager, John Ballard
When Not to Make Or Take an Employee Referral, J. Maureen Henderson
Posted February 23, 2015