Monday, September 5, 2005


I think that career could be a good topic to discuss on Labor Day. You are welcome to mention different types of career resources. I have found useful information at the career center at Gothenburg University. Tomorrow I will listen to a representative from Manpower. The activity is organized by a network of job seeking academics. Have you read The Pathfinder: How to Choose or Change Your Career for a Lifetime of Satisfaction and Success by Nicholas Lore?

Here is an excerpt from Fredric Hamber's article, Time to Celebrate Man's Mind.

It is fitting that the most productive nation on earth should have a holiday to honor its work. The high standard of living that Americans enjoy is hard-earned and well-deserved. But the term "Labor Day" is a misnomer. What we should celebrate is not sweat and toil, but the power of man's mind to reason, invent and create. (Accuracy In Media, 08/30/05.)