Each year, Career Thought Leaders hosts “Global Career Brainstorming Day” where career coaches, career counselors, resume writers, college and university career professionals, military career transition specialists, outplacement consultants, and others who work in the careers space meet to brainstorm trends and best practices in careers, hiring, employment, and related topics.

In-person events are hosted in major cities throughout the US and Canada, along with a great event in London each year. We also host a number of virtual events so that every career professional who wants to participate, regardless of their physical location, has the opportunity to attend, network, and share their voice.

Here are the findings for the now, the new, and the next in careers!


Findings of 2013 Global Career Brainstorming Day:

Trends for the Now, the New & the Next in Careers

Download the 2013 White Paper (PDF)

Findings from this report may be quoted or reproduced with attribution to the Career Thought Leaders Consortium.


Findings of 2012 Global Career Brainstorming Day:

Trends for the Now, the New & the Next in Careers

Download the 2012 White Paper (PDF)

Findings from this report may be quoted or reproduced with attribution to the Career Thought Leaders Consortium.


Findings of 2011 Global Career Brainstorming Day:

Trends for the Now, the New & the Next in Careers

Download the 2011 White Paper (PDF)

Findings from this report may be quoted or reproduced with attribution to the Career Thought Leaders Consortium.


Findings of 2010 Global Career Brainstorming Day:

Trends for the Now, the New & the Next in Careers

Download the 2010 White Paper (PDF)

Findings from this report may be quoted or reproduced with attribution to the Career Thought Leaders Consortium.


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