From Bob Wright, a businessman turned activist, comes an informative speech that encourages youth in the job market today to be picky when choosing a job. He argues that employers should be lucky to obtain new innovators, and that youth should act as buyers. He stresses the importance of atmosphere and respect in looking for a corresponding position.
Wright's speech highlights the distinct sets of skills possessed by so many young people today. He strongly believes in the opportunities these varied skills present for young people looking for jobs.
While Bob Wright's words certainly appeal to a younger generation, they also deliver an important message to individuals in senior management positions. It is important that today's market recognize the need for new talent and who it should be turning to for help and creative input.
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