Whether you or someone you know is in college or just starting out, gainfully employed (and concerned about career ambiguity), underemployed, or have been downsized, rightsized, laid off, fired, cast off, or otherwise in career transition, Becoming Generation Flux is for you.
Perhaps you are lost, hopeless, or angry. You might feel alone, cheated, ripped off, or not sure what to do next. Or maybe you are curious to understand the massive shift in the job hunting market currently rippling through the career transition landscape.
Miles will guide you on a job search journey to understand the past, confront the career development present, and conquer future career success. You will learn why traditional career planning is dead, how to become agile, adapt to ambiguity, and develop resilience no matter what the job change market throws your way.
The book is divided into the following four parts:
Part 1: Lies, Damned Lies: Historical Context
Part 2: Stop The Education Madness!
Part 3: Embrace Becoming Generation Flux
Part 4: Hope in the Job Seeking Trenches
To discover why the job market is seemingly in chaos and learn practical action steps to navigate your career journey, get Becoming Generation Flux now.
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Great way to prepare for a career change!
This audiobook provides a good analysis of the current market trends. New generation of workers will need to be more flexible. You will learn why. You will also learn how to prepare for an interview and what are the signs that it is time for a career change. Should you build your professional network or should you get a degree? This audiobook is great for job seekers and current workers too!
Very informative book!
I highly recommend, " Becoming Generation Flux." It's a very comprehensive yet concise audiobook on career planning. There are many insights on the data on unemployment and labor trends. I appreciated how the author also gives historical context so that his readers can better understand the influxes of the job market. For example, he explains how machines have dramatically changed the era that we live in and resulted in the decline of white collar jobs. The author mentioned people in my generation (90s kids) and how we are more at risk to lie with our parents. This resonated highly with me. However, I feel better prepared and wiser in my career. This audiobook has definitely given me some useful tips and methods.
The labor market is broken. Boo!