Princeton Professor Johannes Haushofer CV of Failures

Princeton Professor Published CV of Failures ‘to Provide Perspective’

A Curriculum Vitae, CV, (or a resume as we know it) is a career instrument displaying your abilities, accomplishments, awards, and education. You use this instrument to introduce yourself to targeted employers. And hopefully, secure an interview.

What this document doesn’t show, however, is: failure.

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Advance Your Career While Unemployed

5 Ways to Advance Your Career While Unemployed

Own up!

You thought your degree, combined with some experience, would assist with moving your career forward. Certainly, it wouldn’t be hard to land a job(s) and keep growing professionally, right?

But the unexpected happened:

You joined the ranks of the unemployed – for longer than you could’ve imagined. And, upon becoming long-term unemployed, you’ve realized your education and experience haven’t yet secured you a job in this market as fast as you wanted.

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college degree useless

Don’t Eliminate It As Useless, It Has Already Been Done For You

I understood the employment related frustration of Stephanie Ritter when I read her story headlined in the news last week.

If you aren’t familiar with it, I’ll provide some information.

Side Tracking Moment: This post is directed to those who’ve already gone to a higher education institution(s) and completed their academic pursuit(s).

So, You Have Your College Diploma

Back on Track: I came across a New York Daily News headline titled, Florida State University Graduate Sells College Degree for $50000 on Ebay, and read it. In the article, Candace Amos writes about a frustrated Ritter who decided to sell her college diploma and experience because of employment issues.

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Stop Limiting Yourself; Have You Ever Limited Yourself In Life; Self-Imposed Limitations; How to Stop Limiting Yourself

Pushing Pass The Limits Of Self

The end of December is here already! Can you believe it?

As the end of the year nears, I find myself thinking about my life’s experiences for insight and personal growth.

Upon reflection, I’ve really been thinking about how I’ve limited my life in the area of career.

Stop Limiting Yourself; Have You Ever Limited Yourself In Life; Self-Imposed Limitations; How to Stop Limiting Yourself
Pushing Pass The Limits Of Self
Unsplash Original Photo Courtesy of Bec Brown

The Mind and Self-Limitations

Would you like to know where these limitations started? In my mind.

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30 something no career; 30 something and feel like a failure in career

30-Something View: Life’s (UN)Expectations

30s. Adulthood. Career Deadlines.

30 and unemployed; career path; society's expectations; career deadlines
30-Something View: Life’s (Un)Expectations

According to society, by the age of 30, you should have it all together. By 30, you should have a career and have reached certain milestones in that career.

Sociologists even created a list, “5 great milestones of adults”, which includes society’s established career deadline.

Specifically, by 30, you should be well into a career and successful. Right?

Well, my career journey has been different.

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