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J-o-b or B-i-z? Careers for Introverts in a Tough Economy: A Free, 3-Part Teleseminar Series Beginning October 5, 2009


Two of the hottest topics in the current economy are employment and careers. Introverts in particular have unique concerns. Beginning Monday, October 5, 2009, a three-part teleseminar series, “J-o-b or B-i-z? Careers for Introverts in a Tough Economy,” hosted by Barbara Douglas of, will address job-related issues important to introverts whether they are employed, unemployed, underemployed or self-employed.

According to Douglas, “Although introverts make up as much as 50 percent of the U.S. population, they often feel at a disadvantage when it comes to being recognized and advancing in their work or businesses. In this teleseminar series, I’ll interview three subject matter experts who can shed some light on strategies introverts can use to get ahead by drawing on their unique strengths.” Specifically, interviews are scheduled with a certified career coach and resume writer who will address job-hunting tips and strategies for introverts; an executive coach who will discuss ways introverted leaders can use their natural talents to shine in the workplace; and an established Internet marketing coach and online business owner who will speak about starting a Web-based business as an option for introverts. According to Barbara Douglas of, each interview will last one hour.

“J-o-b or B-i-z? Careers for Introverts in a Tough Economy,” is designed for both introverted professionals and entrepreneurs, and the three, free interviews will be held on Monday, October 5; Tuesday, October 6; and Tuesday, October 13, 2009. There is no charge for the teleseminar series when listeners pre-register at


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