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January 24, 1994 | Debora Vrana, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shena Crane, founder and president of Mentor Career Services in Irvine, is a career strategist who helps people find jobs and manage careers in an increasingly tight job market. She is the author of a new book that will be in local bookstores this week. Crane, 44, gleaned her information while getting her MBA from UC Irvine and working for 16 years in the corporate world as a marketing vice president for three companies. She recently spoke with Times correspondent Debora Vrana.
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January 24, 1994 | Debora Vrana, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shena Crane, founder and president of Mentor Career Services in Irvine, is a career strategist who helps people find jobs and manage careers in an increasingly tight job market. She is the author of a new book that will be in local bookstores this week. Crane, 44, gleaned her information while getting her MBA from UC Irvine and working for 16 years in the corporate world as a marketing vice president for three companies. She recently spoke with Times correspondent Debora Vrana.
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January 20, 1994 | Michael Flagg / Times staff writer
Career Flexibility: Time was you got out of school, went to work and stayed in the same business your entire life. People who grew up in the Great Depression wanted that kind of security, and those who changed careers were viewed as flaky and unreliable. No more. Now it's the norm to move from company to company--and even to another industry--in the course of a career. In fact, with all the changes going on in the workplace these days, people have to be more flexible about careers.
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September 15, 1992 | CAROL SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It took Karen Peterson, a former Orange County school district food services manager, five months, more than 300 letters and nearly 800 phone calls to get the job, but today she is happily embarking on a new career as an account executive at Pizza Hut's Western Division in Irvine. For Linda Sauers of Pasadena, the evolution from account executive in a small public relations firm to technical writer with a major home mortgage lending company took several years and several layoffs.
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