Miles Anthony Smith : Why Career Advice Sucks™: Join Generation Flux & Build an Agile, Flexible, Adaptable, & Resilient Career

Why Career Advice Sucks™: Join Generation Flux & Build an Agile, Flexible, Adaptable, & Resilient Career

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Why Are Careers in Flux?Are you lost, hopeless, or angry in your job search? Do you feel alone, cheated, ripped off, or not sure what to do next?

Or are you curious to understand the massive shift in the job hunting market currently rippling through the career transition landscape?

What if you could understand what is driving this sea change and how Generation Flux is flourishing?

Is College Worth it Anymore?

Most of us have been told or believed that going to college after high school was worth it in the long run. But is student loan debt really worth the investment?

Or is it a debt trap?

Allusion of Career Security

What if following the traditional career path, with its promise of a retirement pension after 20 or 30 years of dedicated service is not as secure as we think?

The good news is that even though the definition of career success is changing, seeming instability in income and job tenure can also lead to be a more rewarding and fulfilling career.

Satisfaction in Spite of Complexity

With 15 years of twists and turns, Miles Anthony Smith delves into the ups and downs of his career, shares many funny, some sad, and other frustrating stories that will have you laughing and crying as you earn an advanced degree through his many mistakes and missteps.

He paints a future of growing complexity where career success is defined by those who are willing to take calculated risks.

Create Career Clarity

Miles will guide you on a job search journey to understand the past, confront the career development present, and conquer future career success no matter what the job market throws your way.

It's Laid Out in 4 Simple Parts

  1. Part 1: Lies, Damned Lies: Historical Context
  2. Part 2: Stop The Education Madness!
  3. Part 3: Embrace Becoming Generation Flux
  4. Part 4: Hope in the Job Seeking Trenches

Get a sample of this book now to decrease your confusion, stress, and frustration with your career. The career advice in these pages is genuinely worth far more than the simple investment you will make.

Editorial Reviews

As the Great Recession lingers and the job market remains a dark, dingy, and competitive place, it's becoming more and more clear that things are never going to be as they once were. Smith is, luckily, the perfect person to take readers on this journey. Even the way in which he writes this book, flitting from topic to topic and cramming these 180 pages full of intriguing questions and conversations, makes it clear that Smith is one of the chaos-embracing individuals that define Generation Flux.


-Craig Manning, Independent Publisher Review

As you can see from the title of the book and the four parts, Miles Anthony Smith does not stray away from controversial topics. However, it's not too shocking given the employment issues the United States has been embroiled in for half a dozen years. In this book, Smith analyzes the changes in the job market and discusses ways for people to survive. Smith also doesn't come across as a stuffy academic who is spouting examples that he has never experienced firsthand. The author is part of Generation Flux, and he is sharing his knowledge and advice from the trenches. This book might irritate or frighten readers, but it will make people think. This is a scary time in history and Smith is bold enough to tell it like he sees it. There's no denying the job market is evolving so do yourself a favor, consider reading this book. You don't have to agree with everything, but it will behoove you to listen.

-T.B. Markinson, Self Publishing Review

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