The Squiggly Career
A review of

The Squiggly Career

Ditch the Ladder, Discover Opportunity, and Design Your Career

Nonlinear Careers

by David Meyer

Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis present a charming, amusing point-by-point tutorial for those starting out in today’s confusing job market.

In this number one Sunday Times bestseller, Amazing If executives Helen Tupper, CEO, and Sarah Ellis, chief learning officer, maintain that the traditional workplace is no more. They say that a confusing career maze has replaced linear career ladders. With ease and humor, Tupper and Ellis explain how to use technology, lifelong learning and networking to build career success in the modern workplace. Their insights will help newbies, freelancers and traditional office workers discover fulfilling, engaging career paths.

The Financial Times chose The Squiggly Career as its Book of the Month and called it, “Logical, practical and based on tried and tested models.” Stylist explains that it’s “about navigating work in a way that suits you…a timely and brilliant handbook for now.” And Marie Forleo, author of Everything Is Figureoutable, said, “Read it and get the tools you need to thrive in your career now and in the future.”’

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