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  • What's your path?

    An Open Letter to [Job] Seekers: How to Live Your Way into Employment

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    Job stability is passé, and you can be the master of your own professional aspirations, leaning over a post-modern drawing board. You either have found –  if not employment per se – a longer-term vision to pursue, or you are still searching. Here are a few  honest tips how  to approach the search in a post-crisis reality.

  • Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!

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    2 Dec 2012 Belgrade It’s Sunday. I’ve got message on WhatsApp from Nenad. Brussels first snow, he wrote. Then we chatted a bit. Look at Brussels last night was written under the photo he sent me. He knows how much I love Christmas markets. Last year he sent me a […]

  • Outsourced to India?

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    When we were students and read or heard about some multinational company outsourcing its business processes to India, it always excited us because it meant more chances of finding a well paid job. Go to any big Indian city, and you will find people directly or indirectly associated with outsourcing software services, the services industry […]

  • Cómo romper la cadena de la desigualdad

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    Abstract: The income inequality in Bolivia is a result of the little chances a person has to obtain a proper public education or job skills that might enable him or her to get a good job. This situation has caused the perpetuation of the lack of opportunities so poor people […]

  • Less Money, Less Education, Less Opportunity?

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    Education is one of the keys that can help developing countries cope with the negative effects of their development status and reach strong economic growth – or even change their status from “developing” to “developed”. Higher education aimed at professionals and scholars can be the core of such processes, so […]