When unemployed business economists call

Casson, John J.
October 1990
Business Economics;Oct90, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p49
Academic Journal
Discusses how business economists can deal with calls from unemployed business economists seeking help in obtaining a new position. Popularity of networking among professions; Constructive reaction; Recommended steps in providing assistance. Ways to attract qualified applicants who are out of work.


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