Finding work can be a particularly difficult thing to do, given the state of the global economy among other things. These speeches discuss a variety of practical ways people of all ages can find a fulfilling careers.
Sir Ken Robinson talks about the difference between people who love their jobs and those who work just to pay the bills. He emphasizes the need to use your personal passions, strengths and talents to find a job you don't want to stop doing.
In an insightful keynote, Mona Mourshed explains the break-down between what young people, educators and employers are looking for and how this is contributing to enormous rates of unemployment and underemployment.
Former lawyer Liz Brown explains how finding work should be about doing what you are good at that you also enjoy doing.
13 Talks on Finding Work
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Lessons for Young Entrepreneurs
Important First Impressions
Inspirational Problem Solving
Female Career Advice
Solving Youth Unemployment