Jon Payne

Baby Boomer Retirement: 3 Ways to Fill the Gap and Prosper

Many companies are bracing themselves for the steady rise of Baby Boomer retirements, which should reach its peak by 2030. At that point, 73.1 million people in the United States will be at least 65 or older. As businesses plan for the future, it might not have occurred to many employees that there’s a great opportunity in the next eight to ten years for accelerated career growth. Now is the time to review current statistics, consider your experience, look ahead at the competition you’ll face in the workplace, and be aware of what opportunities to look for as Baby Boomers …

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6 Best Java Courses Online

Java is an incredibly popular programming language that was invented by James Gosling in the 1990’s. Today, the internet is saturated with Java-run programming and many of the applications that we use each day are only possible due to Java programming.  As a result, it is crucial that those wanting to work in technology and web development understand how to use and utilize Java.  Unlike JavaScript, Java code must be compiled and each language requires a different plug-in. It can create applications that run in a virtual machine or browser and is one of the most used object-oriented programming languages.  …

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Carl Jung

The 8 Jungian Cognitive Functions: Overview & Career Implications

A Glance into the History of the 8 Jungian Cognitive Functions Carl Jung, the famous Swiss psychiatrist, proposed his model of the eight (8) functions in his work, Psychological Types (1921). He divided the functions into two groups, extraverted (tethered in the external world) and introverted (unfolded in the inner world). Jung’s work would later be built upon by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother Katharine Cook Briggs, who created a personality model we know today as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®). The Myers-Briggs approach used scales for Extraversion-Introversion, Sensing-Intuition and Thinking-Feeling based on Jung’s work and then added a …

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