Career choice

took these off from wiki. I was browsing and thought these would be good to post. To remind me every single day…

According to Behling and others (…..) , an individual’s decision to join a firm may depend on any of the three factors viz.

objective factor, subjective factor and critical contact.

  • Objective factor theory assumes that the applicants are rational. The choice, therefore, is exercised after an objective assessment of the tangible benefits of the job. Factors may include the salary, other benefits, location, opportunities for career advancement, etc.
  • Subjective factor theory suggests that decision making is dominated by social and psychological factors. The status of the job, reputation of the organization and other similar factors plays an important role.
  • Critical contact theory advances the idea that a candidate’s observations while interacting with the organization plays a vital role in decision making. For example, how the recruiter keeps in touch with the candidate, the promptness of response and similar factors are important. This theory is more valid with experienced professionals.

These theories assume that candidates have a free choice of employers and careers. In reality the scarcity of jobs and strong competition for desirable jobs severely skews the decision making process. In many markets employees work particular careers simply because they were forced to accept whatever work was available to them.


4) “Don’t wa…

4) “Don’t waste time on guilt, Hannah. Holding on to toxic relationships is what keeps us from growing.” – Adam Sackler (“She Did”)

i just want to quote the entire line from i love what they described about this line~

Well, well, well Adam, isn’t this the pot calling the kettle black? How ironic that the one who gave Hannah the runaround for months would be the one to then provide her with such sound advice when dealing with a BFF breakup? Call him what you want, “despicable,” “cold,” “a man,” but the big lug did have a good point. I have tried to hold on to many friendships and relationships out of fear of being alone and it never got me anywhere but back to my reliable buddies, Ben & Jerry. However, this scene did sound eerily similar to the exposed words written in Hannah’s diary about Marnie’s relationship with Charlie about cutting off the limb and letting the stump heal. Just saying, Hannah. 

The Illuminated Rumi

Learned about Rumi through this quote:

“And still, after all this time, the Sun has never said to the Earth,
“You owe me.”
Look what happens with love like that.
It lights up the sky.”

The rest are just as good 🙂

“Let yourself be drawn by the stronger pull of that which you truly love.”

“Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond.”

“Words are a pretext. It is the inner bond that draws one person to another, not words.”

“Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere. They’re in each other all along.”

“Don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth.”
― Essential Rumi

“My soul is from elsewhere, I’m sure of that, and I intend to end up there.”

Iconapop to start my day!

I had a long day on the 27th of November (Happy Birthday Paula V.! My friend. and my Inaanak Anya baby 🙂 you cute thing! ) with all the birthdays and all the shots and beer. I have lied when i wrote on a note somewhere months ago that i will be clean this year from all the liquor and alcohol and chainsmoking. Anyways, not important. Today is a Monday, and it feels like the first day of the week. Im going back to work on thursday (wow i have a job waiting for me yay) and i have to have icona pop on repeat. im addicted to these three tracks. na na na na na ♪♫

  1. I Love It (I don’t care)
  2. All Night
  3. Girlfriend

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Blogger Profile: Gendermom

a-do-ra-ble 🙂

The Blog

Parenting blogs flourish on, and today, we’re pleased to introduce you toGendermom, whose site tagline, A chronicle of fun and fear, or, daily life with my young trans daughter, says it all. Gendermom’s daughter M. was born a boy. He knew early on that he should have been born a girl. Gendermom writes anonymously about the challenges and joys of raising M. Her site is a great example of how bloggers can educate, inspire, and build supportive communities.

Your son approached you at age three to tell you he believed that he should have been born a girl. How did you come to terms with him as a transgender person?

Well, it’s taken time. As far as I knew, I’d never met a transgender person before my child came onto the scene, announcing shortly after his third birthday that he was actually a she

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