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Mid-Career and Unemployed: What Do You Do Now?
Through outsourcing, downsizing, a business failure, or a merger, you find yourself among the growing number of once valued, highly educated, mid-career, mid-level managers who are suddenly unemployed. We presented this scenario to Paul K. Herrerias, C.P.A., head of Herrerias & Associates executive search firm in San Francisco ( Herrerias has more than 25 years' experience as an HR professional and business consultant.
Jul 18, 2005, 10:53

From Survival to Leadership in a New Land

Along with the tie of language, the immigrant experience forms a common bond among America's diverse Hispanic communities. Not every Spanish-speaker arrives in the U.S. without means, of course, but the stories of the many who do are at the foundation of a rising culture whose spire points toward the American Dream. This Back to School Issue speaks to the need for young Hispanics to learn new survival skills in embracing a new challenge

Nov 20, 2003, 08:30

Nuclear Energy for the Future
"Admittedly, we are at a crossroads here and abroad on energy policies and practices," says Dr. Nils Diaz, appointed chair of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission by President Bush in April. "We could choose to continue as we are, going from crisis to crisis, or choose to provide leadership individually and collectively and together move forward with advances in technology...."

May 13, 2003, 14:33

But Don't Forget the Girls
We need to look to our girls to make certain they have a positive experience with computing instruction and a fair chance at succeeding with technology both today and in the future.
Apr 7, 2003, 13:37

A Setback for Newsroom Diversity
According to the Radio-Television News Directors Association's annual newsroom employment survey, Latinos made up only 4 percent of all news directors and newsroom employees working at local English-language television stations in 2000.
Mar 13, 2003, 13:12