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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Career Complaints - Our Regularly Scheduled Career Rant and Rave

Whenever I talk with people about their careers, a number of complaints always come up. Sometimes we can get so frustrated with our work situations that complaining seems to be the only thing we can do.

So, in that regard, on the Friends in Tech Forums, I have set up a message topic for Career Complaints. Feel free to rant and rave and get it all off your chest. If you are relating a particular story, you may want to change the names to protect the innocent.

There is one rule, though.

For every complaint, you need to think of one way to improve your situation, one task to make things better, one change to move on with your career. I will chime in on each message and I encourage everyone else to offer their best advice. I'll post this message every so often to remind people that the forum exists. Eventually, if this forum is popular, I might set up a LIVE show over at to address some of the issues we discuss.

In this way, maybe we can make turn our career complaints into the career change we all need.

Who's first?!

Visit the Career Complaints section on the Friends in Tech Forums! (FREE)

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