Some recent articles have re-surfaced the plight of
our neighbors, friends and relatives who are out of
work. C. Rampel wrote about the struggles of
the forgotten long-term unemployed. I would add
those who are temporarily employed and under-employed
to this class who we need to find ways of serving.
What thoughts do members have that the ACS should
proactively pursue to encourage careers and employment?
Is it more than job fairs, career consultants and a few
‘courses without certification’?
Are the ACS webinars honestly helpful? Several other
societies do them– is it just “me-too” PR?