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Blog 2: Out of the Binder, Into the Kitchen: Working Women and Cooking

After reading Maria Godoy’s blog, “Out Of The Binder, Into The Kitchen: Working Women And Cooking,” I started thinking more about her use of the concept “guilt-trip casserole.” Godoy quotes… 405 more words

Study: Millennials NOT the Age Group Spending the Most Time on Social Media

Which age group spends the most time on social media? Surprise! Not Millenials. “Folks who belong to Generation X spend more time on social media than any other age group, according to a new report from Nielsen. 28 more words

Research & Opinion

Have We Been Thrown Away?

We live in a throw-away society.

I live in Seattle.  We had a budget stadium built in in the mid-70’s. Our county leaders thought frugality was in order and decided that multi-purpose was the best bang-for-the buck and built our ugly concrete Kingdome, that was used for football, baseball, soccer, concerts, tradeshows and even basketball for a while. 444 more words

Career

Why Millennials Are Quickly Ruining the World

When I hear the term “millennial,” I often think of a virus; not like the common cold, more like herpes or AIDS even, if you will. 910 more words

Opinion

Millennials, Ford, Toyota and Google

Many organisations continue to be concerned with how they will manage millennials – the generation of employees that were born between the early 1980s and the mid 1990s. 1,333 more words

Management Sciences

So, Life Hasn't Begun to Screw Me Up Yet?

Those of you who are Facebook friends, or follow me on Twitter have already seen this post and my rant following it. This all took place last night, a night following weeks of me doubting my calling, struggling with hopelessness alongside my generation, and hearing of peers back home dying from suicide as well as other causes. 406 more words

Change- Can We Take it?

Maya Angelou who said, “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.”

More often I’m seeing older generations working in the fast food industry and other lower paying jobs that were typically handed to folks newer into the workforce.   447 more words

Career