The future of the workforce continues to change in this digital age.
We're on your side taking a closer look at trends in hopes of recognizing opportunities where we might once have seen obstacles.
Dr. Tracey Wilen, author and scholar, joined us by Skype on WBTV News Saturday Morning to talk about 2015 career predictions in a digital world.
You can get a free copy of Dr. Wilen's new book, “Employed for Life, 21st Century Career Trends” by sending your career makeover story to email@example.com.
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