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October 26, 2007

Advice on Career Change
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What Color is Your Parachute?
Richard Nelson Bolles, expert in career development, author of What Color Is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers gives you the most and least effective strategies for job hunters, the best ways to make decisions about a career change and how to successfully make the transition.
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Solving the Math Problem for Young Women
Research indicates that in middle school, math scores begin to drop - especially for girls. Danica McKellar, actress, expert in advanced mathematics, and author of Math Doesnt Suck believes that trend is due to social conditioning that tells girls they cant do math. She has suggestions for parents on how to help avoid this.
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Marching Bands and Your Childs Hearing
An estimated 2 million students in the US play in marching bands. Dr. Brian Fligor, Director of Diagnostic Audiology and Childrens Hospital in Boston believes that parents should be concerned with protecting their kids hearing when they are exposed to loud sounds for long periods. He talks about the warning signs of hearing damage and explains the ways to prevent it.
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