Sun.Aug 02, 2020

Madame Clairevoyant Predicts Multiple Emotional Shifts for Week of August 3rd

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The planets will be busy this week of August 3rd. As New York Magazine's Madame Clairevoyant describes all that activity , what's obvious is that you have to be ready to manage the mood shifts which go with it.    For example, on Monday you will feel a surge of rebelliousness. If that's not a good fit for your space on planet earth then you will have to be figure out when to hold and when to fold. 

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Career Catch-22: To Land Good Job Requires Brandname, But Business No Longer Develops So Good Luck Building a Brandname

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

At Paul, Weiss, Bard Karp and his team have put on their poaching hats and made the hunt their business. Most recently, four gets have come from the reputationally-challenged Boies Schiller. One of the lateral hires - Karen Dunn - is on the front lines of building Paul, Weiss' presence in Silicon Valley. There, some other law firms had been humiliated so watchers in the legal sector are following that closely.

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RVing Remains Symbol of Freedom: But Parking Overnight Got Harder

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It was common knowledge: The place those in RVs could bunk overnight for free was just about any Walmart parking lot. Actually, the situation was ideal. There was plenty of space. Also security was dependable. Sweet dreams.    That was then. Now, RVers, especially the retired/semiretired who recently embraced that lifestyle, better be aware that only 58% of Walmart stores still have the welcome mat out, documents OvernightRVParking.com. That's down from 78% not so long ago.

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America No Longer Orbiting Around That Bright Sunny Day in Dallas

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

John F. Kennedy who? From the unlikely win of a young Catholic man as U.S. President to the current U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts, the Kennedy family has dominated American politics. The members of that clan have had a good run. The issue is: Is it the end of the line? Very young Joe Kennedy III has taken on aging incumbent Ed Markey. Boston Magazine, of course, has been closely following the race. In the latest coverage there is a calculation of power and influence in the endorsements.

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Beyond The White Collar: Technical Jobs in Manufacturing for Forced-Out Aging Workers

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Sure, you can go to court to battle age bias in the U.S. labor market. But, meanwhile, you starve. MarketWatch describes another route to take after being forced out of your job (probably because as a seasoned worker you were highly paid). It's to become employed in manufacturing. The jobs are there. Many of high-tech or just technical. They include programmer, quality control, inspector, assembler, and set up technician.    The age bias doesn't seem to be there.

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