Predictions for 2003, by Merlin Stone
2002 was a year to remember, but not always for the best reasons. I can’t remember a year when I’ve had so many e-mail replies stating that the proposed recipient was 'not found in public address book'. Redundancies, early retirement, people simply changing course, I suppose. However, behind the crazy inconsistency between the housing market and employment in our highest paid service industries is a story which I welcome. It’s a story of truth and realism, of clients realising that throwing money at suppliers may make you look good in the short term, but not for very long. However, as we move into 2003, our New Year resolutions may turn too quickly into a search for new mantras on which to build our careers.
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