In a special series on landing a job in our challenging economy, Cambridge College advisor Tamela Jaye lays it on the line for recent grads. "Due to technological advances, globalization—meaning the international integration of goods, technology, labor and capital—has become a driving force in the job market. People can do conference calls—you can be across the world, get on the web and be in the same room with someone. A lot of our textile industry and computer industry—even billing—has been shifted overseas," she tells Sister Girl News host Candace Bazemore. "Another thing is the current recession: People who were in construction have been unable to obtain employment. The same goes for the mortgage industry."
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