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Trauma of Job Loss

Work matters- it helps put food on the table and clothes on our back. It connects us to an evolving world. It often develops and affirms our identities. Even when it feels like an idleness, work engages us and shapes … Continue reading

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Representation

If in high school i’d felt as if I were representing my neighborhood, now at Princeton  I was representing my race. Anytime I found my voice in class or nailed an exam, I quietly hoped it help make a larger … Continue reading

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Career Journal

Over the years I have encountered those who wanted to know why I started keeping a career journal. Thinking about it, I guess I always knew God had a better plan than I could dream up. I wanted to be … Continue reading

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How Old are You?

Should you remove all age identifiers from your resume? This became the talk in my circle after I sent out this article. I personally never put the year I graduated on my resume. I figure if it is that important, … Continue reading

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