In 2005, this would have been bad news: Talented employees now affordable:
Don Carroll, a former financial analyst with a master’s degree in business administration from a top university, was clearly overqualified for the job running the claims department for Cartwright International, a small, family-owned moving company south of Kansas City, Mo.
But he had been out of work for six months, and the department badly needed modernization after several decades of benign neglect. It turned out to be a perfect match.
In the year 2OE, however, this is good news.
If G.J. Meyer was reduced to being a Wal-Mart greeter, this would now be a great networking opportunity