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Re: Farewell but hopefully not goodbye
  • 7/27/2014 9:31:02 PM
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Maryam writes


Best wishes to you Michael in your new endeavors. ... We hope you will still stop into our message boards and engage with us from time to time!


 

Mayam's message expresses my own sentiments. I regret missing Michael's departure 18 days ago. I enjoyed interacting with him in this forum, and I hope someone can convey my own best wishes for his success and satisfaction in his new position. And again, I hope he'll return with a blog post or comment from time to time.

 

Re: Farewell but hopefully not goodbye
  • 7/15/2014 4:14:56 PM
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Thanks, Beth!  

Re: Farewell but hopefully not goodbye
  • 7/15/2014 3:35:36 PM
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Hi Wendy. Michael has packed up his bags and moved on... so I'll say thanks on his behalf! We'll all miss him here!

Re: Farewell but hopefully not goodbye
  • 7/15/2014 12:03:45 PM
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I second the sentiment, Louis.  Michael, thanks for everything, I've really enjoyed working with you here.  You are insightful and thoughtful, which makes for thought-provoking content and dialogue.

Re: Farewell but hopefully not goodbye
  • 7/11/2014 5:49:47 PM
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Thank you, Maryam! I've enjoyed working with you and learning from you, as well.

 

Re: Farewell but hopefully not goodbye
  • 7/11/2014 1:29:23 PM
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Thanks, Louis! The pleasure was all mine.

Re: Farewell but hopefully not goodbye
  • 7/11/2014 1:28:55 PM
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Thanks for the good wishes! Do you think there's a trend where companies 'get rid' of current workers in favor of cheaper, younger employees?

Re: Farewell but hopefully not goodbye
  • 7/11/2014 9:40:05 AM
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Best wishes Michael and many thanks for all the efforts put forth into All Analytics. 

The job changing scenario seems to be increasing in scope as we enter times when the employer has lots of highy intelligent, and skilled folks to choose from. The supply of workers and usual scarcity of jobs, at least well paying ones, keep job changes a more frequent chore then when I entered the work force many decades ago. In those days one could look forward to decades of service at one firm. Now that only happens in government agencies if even there.

Re: This Pie Chart
  • 7/11/2014 4:47:28 AM
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I have to say even with the economy as it was, I do think the number of different jobs referenced is a bit high. 

I would think it depends on your profession and industry as well.   But there is no doubt, people have been forced to move from job to job much more than they would like in the past decade.

Re: Farewell but hopefully not goodbye
  • 7/11/2014 4:41:59 AM
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Michael.   It is certainly disheartening to hear you are leaving, but we all understand change is the only constant in today's world. 

I wish you the best and know we will see you every now and then in the A2 forum.   


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