The Ugly Truth About Your Job!

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The Ugly Truth About Your Job! by Oscar Bruce

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The Ugly Truth About Your Job! By Doctor Oscar

If you work for yourself,repparttar 107929 odds that you will still be in business inrepparttar 107930 year 2005 are only 1 in 5. In today's workplace swirling with change, one million people will start a new business this year. The UGLY truth is that 800,000 of those will be out of business inrepparttar 107931 year 2005.

If you work for someone else: It is likely you won't be with them in five years. Even major corporations lack staying power in today's international economy. Years of experience can become obsolete overnight. In fact most will change careers (not jobs) five to seven times overrepparttar 107932 next 40 years.

Canadian Music Week, Billboard Music & Money, Jazz Appreciation Month, Spotlight March Calendar for Show Business Events

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Cinequest Film Festival opens with a Gala party featuring appetizers, desserts, cocktails and entertainment, and continues its run through March 13 in San Jose. During Canadian Music Week, up to 150 artists will be selected to play in CMW's Official Breakthrough Showcase Series in selected downtown Toronto venues through March 5. The 4th Annual Billboard Music & Money Symposium conducts an in-depth examination ofrepparttar financial realities inrepparttar 107917 music industry for a one-time only March 3 session in New York City. The Academy of Country Music Awards Nominees host a press conference for its upcoming awards show on March 3 in Nashville. Alameda Writers Group which presents lectures by novelists, screenwriters, agents, producers and other industry professionals, besides offering support and feedback for works-in-progress, has its free monthly meeting March 5 at Glendale Central Library in Glendale. A weekend workshop for actors of all experience and capability with instructor Kirk Baltz takes place March 5 and 6 in Los Angeles. An Audition Science Seminar at Burt Reynold's Museum located in Jupiter, will be held March 6-8. A BMI Round Table examines howrepparttar 107918 Nashville music industry operates, as well as other topics, when it meets March 7 in Nashville. UCLA-WINMEC Mobile Media/Entertainment Forum hosts professionals from Hollywood’s entertainment and media industry analyzing Mobile/Wireless proliferation. The Seminar features author, speaker, and image coach John Battaglia forrepparttar 107919 evening of March 8. National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters 21st Annual Communications Awards Dinner honors Michael Schultz, Melvin Van Peebles, Vanessa Williams and others at a March 11 engagement in Washington, DC. The International

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