Archives: Jobs

Tinker? Tailor? What You’re Meant to Do

My Son, the Folk Singer was a parody album in the 1960s, whose title plays on the idea that moms don’t brag about kids with non-traditional careers. This hour’s guest says we are too often influenced by even well-meaning advice of others, and we should judge success by our own terms, and only after assessing what we love and what we’re good at.

Tinker? Tailor? What You’re Meant to Do

My Son, the Folk Singer was a parody album in the 1960s, whose title plays on the idea that moms don’t brag about kids with non-traditional careers. This hour’s guest says we are too often influenced by even well-meaning advice of others, and we should judge success by our own terms, and only after assessing what we love and what we’re good at

Recruiting Somali Public Safety Employees in Columbus

We’ll learn more about recent efforts in the Columbus and Minnesota public safety sector to recruit from the Somali and eastern African communities.

The New Geography of Employment/Singer Josh Krajcik

Jobs are moving, and the market is shifting. On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll talk about the new geography transitions in the job market and the new, up-and-coming cities in which to look for jobs in the future. Then, Josh Krajcik will join us in studio to talk about his career and music.

Small Business and the Economy

This hour on All Sides we’re talking about small businesses in central Ohio. Today, President Barack Obama is visiting Columbus to talk about jobs and his American Jobs Act. How will this bill change central Ohio?