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Learning How To Improve Their Careers

Office Worker Is Thinking Outside the Box--the One Called a Cubicle

December 12, 1999|SUSAN VAUGHN | SPECIAL TO THE TIMES

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Ready for a Change

Name: Frances Tronson

Occupation: Administrative assistant

Desired occupation: Uncertain

Quote: "There is little I've truly longed for in life. But to find my work--yes, that's been my heart's longing."

Counselor's recommendation: Develop an income stream in a challenging day job. Seek a vocation allowing creative expression. Find a work environment that suits her personality. Devote time to altruistic work.

Meet the Coach

Judith Gerberg has been a Manhattan-based career counselor for 15 years. She is certified by the International Board of Career Management.

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