There is no such a thing as lifetime career. In the last several years workers have seen their jobs threatened or made obsolete by technological advancement, deregulation of international trade, merging of corporate organizations and business sellouts. The average worker cannot accurately anticipate these changes before they occur. Such unexpected changes could be compared to the appearance of water buffaloes in an African village, where I grew up. They invaded villages without warning, devastating social structures, uprooting the harmonious livelihood of villagers and left them feeling insecure and stressed out.
Organizations, private or public, won't revert to the old womb-to -tomb job security. Job availability and longevity will continue to be dictated by factors beyond the workers control. In today's job market, you will soon compete for the same job opening in your home town with folks who live in foreign soils.
Here are Top 7 tips to help you overcome these beasts "buffaloes in the workplace," feel secure, less stressed out and thrive.
Today's Top7Business Article Was Submitted By Vincent Muli Wa Kituku, a native of Kenya, Author, Columnist, University Professor, Motivational Speaker/Storyteller and Seminar Leader. Founder and Principal Consultant of Kituku & Associates, Boise, ID. 83707, (208) 939-7216 e-mail
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Article Submitted On: September 21, 1999
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