How To Remain Competitive in the Global Workforce

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Building a solid business or finding and keeping a great job is going to require a lot more effort during our current economic downturn.

If you want to give yourself every possible advantage, it’s time to expect more from yourself. Guest blogger Jennifer Kushell (President and co-founder of YSN) at Women Entrepreneurs |SCORE firmly believes that the smartest thing you can do to be competitive in the global workforce is to become more globally savvy, aware, skilled, refined, and cultured.

Stop thinking of your own city or country as your community and start thinking of yourself as a citizen of the world.

She offers five tips on how to go about it here.

Posted by: Laurel Delaney

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