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Is MBA Worth It?

MBA programsOften many of my executive recruitment candidates ask me if they should invest the time and expense of obtaining an MBA. I personally took two years away from my work schedule to attend Duke’s Fuqua School of Business full time to secure one. However, I have mixed feelings about its … Read More


Unemployment Drops To 5.9%: BUT A LOT MORE R&D NEEDED FOR FUTURE JOBS GROWTH!

248-000-New-Jobs-Drop-Jobless-Rate-to-5.9-in-SeptemberThis morning the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that the unemployment rate last month fell below 6% for the first time since mid-2008! This resulted in 248,000 new, non-farm jobs being created. After the previous month’s hiccup of only 142,000 jobs being, the preceding trend of the six straight … Read More


Mr. President: NLRB Policies Are Killing Jobs!

NLRB Policies Are Killing Jobs!Mr. President, past, failed, job-killing measures are not a paradigm for future jobs creation! Your National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) efforts to scold job creating companies like McDonald’s for hiring contract workers will not yield more and better jobs. I know that you want to help unions, but I was … Read More


464 Scare Jobs

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Scare JobsDespite as I reported in my last posting at https://strategicsearch.com/technical-recruiting-blog/?p=1254 that only 142,000 new jobs were created last month (versus 6 straight months of 200,000 or more new jobs being created), some professions remain in high demand and short supply. In fact, a recent report by the Conference Read More


Only 142,000 Jobs Created Last Month: HOWEVER, TECHNICAL RECRUITING PICKING UP STEAM!

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported only 142,000 new jobs created last month. This was the  lowest level of jobs creation for the year! After six straight months of creating 200,000 or more jobs, only 142,000 jobs were created last month. This contrasted with the 225,000 jobs most economists expected.… Read More


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