A few hi-profile Boomers are nailing it. Most who are looking for jobs haven’t been so fortunate. There are reasons. And those same reasons, along with ignoring their implications, will choke the growth of the economy.
A new website is doing its best to nudge recovery by focusing on pragmatic employment and entrepreneurial issues:
The mission of WhatsNext.com is to provide information, inspiration and resources for men and women who want to change careers, find more fulfilling work or improve their work-life balance. All are welcome, but there will be an emphasis on those who are in mid-career or approaching retirement.
Examiner.com’s Andy Bragg does a good job exploring the development of WhatsNext.com:
What's Next is what was next for publishing executive Jeremy Koch
It was 2003 and since joining Time Inc. as a newly minted MBA in 1980 Koch had risen through Consumer Marketing for the largest magazine publisher: analyst on Life and Time, Circulation Director of Fortune, Deputy Time Consumer Marketing Director, VP Consumer Marketing and Brand Development of People and finally President of Time Consumer Marketing.
Also with impressive credentials: Mark Gleason and Mark Miller.