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Category Archives: Job Search
Be a Star! (‘Cause it’s Like Acting)
Have you ever thought that interviewing for a job is like playing an acting role? When we interview for jobs (in many, but certainly not all!) library settings, we may be asked to give a presentation. I’ve given many, … Continue reading
Alive and Making a Difference!
There are those who say libraries are dying.
Making Ends Meet
Sometimes, maybe especially in today’s economy, people are unable to find work, and may have to work two part-time jobs to make ends meet. It is no different for those working in libraries.
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I Think I’m an Elder Stateswoman!
I think I’ve become an elder stateswoman. Maybe I should have called my blog “The Elder Stateswoman of Libraries.” Various online dictionaries I consulted define elder statesman (or stateswoman) as a “prominent, highly experienced older man/woman, especially one acting as … Continue reading
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