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Parents Aren't That Proud of Professional Accomplishments

You’re not everything that you wanted to be, and that’s okay. I mean, it’s not really that great or okay or even that consoling. Perhaps you’re young and you think that you have the rest of your life to reach for the stars, and, well, perhaps you’re right. 747 more words


An Up And Comer In A Different Profession

Neal Pollard

How many human cannonballs at the circus can call themselves “Oxford-trained”?  30-year-old Gary Stocker, with law degree in tow, left a six figure income working as an academic law writer and legal recruitment officer and “ran away with Chaplin’s Circus” (Lizzy Buchan, Cambridge News Online, 7/11/14).  304 more words


Phrases Architects HAVE To Stop Using

The enterprise and technology architect field is still growing and needs to grow further. We are involved in more projects and more levels of business than ever before. 765 more words

Architects Should

"Anti-social" is the new black as a "business model" - Being ripped off, part 1

Ok, just let me get this straight. I don’t work for fun. I work because I need to, just like 98% of the population. What makes things harder on me, is that my time is mostly divided up between my several jobs that I tend to have, since none of them not even nearly covers my expenses, and none of them nearly gets me anywhere to some kind of financial security. 1,745 more words

Real Life

The Salesman is Talking

Is aspiring toward a dream career a marketing tool? Is it a sales pitch we all buy?

Does a “career” offer us benefits and enhance our reputations the same way a Rolex guarantees social prestige? 32 more words