Career Quest with Emily

Friday, April 17, 2009

Careers that Survive Turbulent Times

Which careers stand up against the test of time? On the show, I interview 3 guests who careers survive economic times. Find out why these careers are recession proof!

Barry Cogert, Musician and Executive Director of Jazz Angel, Inc. Jazz Angel Inc., provides jazz education to children between the ages of 11-17. The children meet once a week for an hour and have an opportunity to play with professional musicians. Barry was awarded the Arts Council for Long Beach 2007 Distinguished Artist of the Year. Barry can be contacted via or *** Barry also brought some of the Jazz Angels to play tunes throughout the broadcast***.

Becky Haugen, Psych nurse, Director for the Memorial Psychiatric Health Care Systems

Charity Jackson-Belton, Computer System/Business Analyst

The November 13, 2008 issue of Time Magazine reports on the 150 Best Recession-Proof Jobs. Click here to access.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Yikes! Where did my Self-Esteem go and How can I get it Back?

With the media portraying such a bleak future, it can cause people to feel a sense of hopelessness and isolation and consequently effect one’s self-esteem.

So listen to the show and find out some practical ways to boost your self-esteem?

Hilary Romanoff
is a Career Counselor at the Bay Area Career Center in San Francisco, CA. She is committed to helping clients identify and remove blocks toward career satisfaction and empower them to reach their goals. .She has helped clients with diverse backgrounds gain deeper understanding about themselves and therefore make positive career choices.