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Job hunt getting you down? How to build a full-time life in a part-time world.
Bob Dickie III : Cultural shifts through industrial and technological advances have re-written maps and world histories as people responded to events, grasping for that which drives humankind: survival. The Industrial age shaped cities, while famine and disease shift whole populations from one continent to another. These kinds of events fill our history books, but they’re not over.We are confronting economic forces reshaping our economy today. Job seekers must face a paradigm shift: how can they build a full-time life in a part-time world.
The Gift of Direction – Jan Strydom
To be without direction, feeling lost, overlooked and confused, is one of the most frustrating and depressing situations any person or family will endure. In Jeremiah 29:1-14 we find the nation of Israel in this condition. There we find not only individuals or families but an entire nation taken into captivity by the Babylonians. The Israelites were confused about who they were and what they should be doing.
BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE OF WORK
Over a 50-year span, the average American spends about 100,000 hours working. A major part of adults’ lives is involved in work, but often with the job comes some degree of dissatisfaction. Perhaps no statistic demonstrates dissatisfaction more than job-hopping tendencies. A recent survey discovered that the average American man changes jobs every four and…
70% of all Americans hate their job
Various surveys have found differing percentages and varying degrees of negative feelings that Americans have about their jobs. Bottom line – at least half of the working population are not happy with some aspect of their job, either what they do, how much they are paid, or the prospects for advancement. Quote: “I was…