careers

Finding a job is difficult enough, but what about making a career transition? What are the first steps? Where do you start? That’s where our career panel comes in. We have Robert Frederick, founder of Employee Development Associates, and Luke Schmonsky, Director of the Center for Student Success at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences here to answer your questions. WAMC’s Ray Graf hosts.

The Bureau Of Labor Statistics says the unemployment rate in this country is hovering around five percent—currently at 4.9. That’s roughly half of what it was during the Great Recession and holding steady since August 2015. So we’re doing pretty well now, the jobs are out there. You just have to get them.

Encore Career Handbook

Jan 15, 2013

Until fairly recently, most Americans equated the end of a successful career with the beginning of retirement. No more. Now they want to stay in the game (or better, change the game). They want to leave a mark. Make a difference—and continue to make a living.

Joining us to talk job hunting and careers is Tom Denham - head of Careers in Transition LLC - a career counseling firm based in Albany, New York, and Bob Frederick - Coordinator of Career and Employment Services at Schenectady County Community College. Today we focus on building your own personal career brand. It's the Career Forum on Vox Pop, hosted by Ray Graf.