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Protecting your job in this economic climate is a job in itself, but the effort can pay off. John McKee offers practical strategies for getting through tough times with your career intact.With unemployment rates climbing into the stratosphere and job prospects becoming increasingly tenuous, IT pros need to think strategically and act effectively to keep their heads above water. Here are some recommendations to help you safeguard your career during the months to come.Note: This article is also available as a PDF download.#1: Make a specific planI’m not talking about making a wish list which, like New Year’s resolutions, will be forgotten by the third week of January. You want a plan that has specific goals for your job (what’s the best role for you next?) and your income (exactly how much would you like to be making by the end of 2009?). Writing down your plans makes them concrete, and it’s more likely you will attain them.#2: SWOT yourselfBe honest with yourself. Review your strengths — like what you’ve got that can move you ahead; weaknesses — like those things you have or do that are holding you back;opportunities — things you can pursue at the company or in the industry; andthreats — things that can derail you or sabotage your career advancement.#3: Update your resumeSmart careerists are always y for the next opportunity. Taking time to review and modify your resume before you want to send it to someone makes it a better product. This is often your first introduction to a new employer or boss — so make sure it’s topnotch.#4: Invest in your careerMost people forget they really have two jobs. The first is to do what you get paid for and do it better than others. The second is to do what’s required to ensure that your career isn’t left to someone’s wrong opinions that were made in your absence. Be in the office when your boss is. It gives you additional opportunity to let him or her get to know you for things other then the job you’re currently filling.#5: Get financially smartGet involved with managing your financial affairs. Paying attention to money matters is one of the smartest and easiest ways to improve your personal balance sheet. There are many books and online courses on the subject of money management basics. Looking after your financial health doesn’t take a lot of time; but it could save your life.#6: Develop a sense of urgencyMany people think that working hard, being busy, and burning a lot of energy is equal to managing their career and life. It’s not. Developing a sense of urgency means knowing how to pick through all those “to-do’s” and focusing your time and energy on just the ones that count.#7: Look up, not downWhen downsizing is the operative word, developing your team is no longer the smartest way to ensure success. Spend less time with your staff members and more time looking after your boss’ needs. When you show that you’re working hard to make him or her look good, you’ll stand out from the crowd. And your boss will be more likely to provide you with the resources that you and your team need to do the job better.#8: Update your skill setIt pays to demonstrate that you are interested in “upgrading” yourself — and in 2009, your ability to grow may be more important than ever. With unemployment now at record highs, demand for jobs greatly exceeds supply. Not staying on par with colleagues and those vying for your job will be a death knell. Take seminars, do coursework, or leverage other vehicles to get on the leading edge and thus, maximize your personal value to the organization.#9: Self promoteFace it: Often, decisions are made affecting who gets moved upward and who gets downsized without your involvement. It’s important that the decision makers know you and what you are doing. Have regular meetings with your boss or send regular e-mails to update those in charge about your contributions.#10: Look after your loved onesOne way or another, when 2009 is done and over, you’ll still be here and you’re going to want those you care about to still be with you. While it’s important to look after your job and career, don’t neglect those who make life most worthwhile. Tell them you care and spend time with them “just for fun.” /200901/60861你了解自己吗?了解自己的职业吗?了解自己的欲求吗?希望下面这篇文章能帮助你找到。1. Where are you are in your career? 你处于职业生涯的哪个位置?First quarter 1/4处Second quarter 2/4处Third quarter 3/4处Fourth quarter 4/4处Retired 退休2. How do you assess yourself in your profession? 在职业中,你如何来评估自己Just getting started 才开始Intermediate 中等High-performer 高表现者Expert 专家World class 世界级3. What percent of your focus is on the following (for a total of 100%)? 对以下你的关注百分比是多少(一共是100%)To excel and achieve personal success: ____ % 在个人成功方面出类拔萃,并取得个人成功To make others around me successful: ____ % 让我周围的人成功4. What three things have the greatest meaning in your life? 哪三件事情在你生命中有最大的意义?5. Have you found your life's calling? 你找到了自己的"天职"吗?Not looking 没有在寻找Still searching 依然在寻找I think so 我自认为找到了Definitely 绝对是找到了6. How great an impact do you believe your life's calling can ultimately have? 你认为你的“天职”会产生多大影响?Meaningful at an individual level 在个人级别上有意义Important at the local level 在某个范围内有意义Significant for the community at large 对整个社会有意义World-changing 能带来世界性的改变7. How close are you to realizing this potential? 你离实现这个潜能有多么远?Just starting to make a dent 才开始出一点成绩About a quarter of the way there 完成了1/4了About halfway there 完成了1/2了Almost there 几乎实现了Keep your answers in mind as you continue ing. 在继续阅读的时候,请记住你对以上问题给出的。Beyond Success 超越成功Over the past two decades I've had the opportunity to advise and recruit many extraordinary individuals. Often, these are people who have reached the pinnacle of success. Yet what's become clear to me is that reaching even the highest-profile, highest-paid, or highest-prestige positions isn't what's most important. 在过去的二十年里,我有机会聘请许多杰出的人物并给他们建议。这些人大多都取得了辉煌的成功。然而我认识到(在他们的职业生涯中),获得最高评价、最高收入或最高声望誉的职位都不是最重要的。Sure, it's great to achieve all these things, and very few who do complain about it. But whether they've aly reached the top, are just starting out, or are somewhere along the way, almost everyone yearns -- especially when they take the time to reflect -- for something more fundamentally gratifying in their lives. 当然,要实现所有这些是很好,而且不会有多少人会去抱怨这些东西。但是,不论是否他们已经到达了巅峰,还是刚刚起步,还是正在路上,几乎人人都在渴求生活中更基本的令人满意的事情,这种欲望在他们反思的时候尤为强烈。 /200908/81394【中英文对照】A cup of freshly ground coffee is what it takes to get some people moving in the morning.清晨起来,一杯新鲜的研磨咖啡可以让人精力充沛。But, according to a study, it may be the aroma rather than the coffee itself that does the trick.但一项最新的研究表明,这种功效可能是咖啡的香气而不是咖啡本身产生的。Researchers believe that the aroma of roasted coffee beans can soothe frayed nerves--and that just the whiff could be enough to reverse the effects of a poor night's sleep on the brain.研究人员相信,烘培咖啡豆的香气可以安抚紧张的神经——而且只是一点点香气就可以缓解整夜失眠对大脑造成的影响。Aroma: Just smelling coffee can help cure tiredness better than drinking a cup香气:仅仅闻咖啡比喝一杯咖啡更能帮助缓解疲劳。They said that chemicals extracted from coffee and pumped into the air may one day be used as a way of reviving tired people.他们说,早晚有一天可以通过提取咖啡中的化学物质并释放到空气中,来缓解人们的疲劳。 /200906/73637A dog could be a baby#39;s best friend, according to a study in the medical journal Pediatrics. 医学杂志《儿科学》(Pediatrics)上发布的一项研究报告显示,可能是婴儿最好的朋友。 Infants living in households with dogs were healthier and had fewer ear infections than those without a dog, the study found. Researchers also found that cats appeared to offer some protection, but the link wasn#39;t as strong. 该研究发现,养家庭的婴儿比无家庭的婴儿更健康,并且也较少患耳部炎症。研究人员还发现,猫似乎能提供一些保护,但两者的关联没那么强。 The study, posted online Monday and based on 397 children who lived in rural and suburban parts of Finland, examined whether contact with dogs and cats during a baby#39;s first year offers any protection from respiratory tract infections, such as colds and resulting common ear infections. #39;The children having dogs at home were healthier, they had less ear infections and they needed less antibiotics,#39; said Eija Bergroth, the study#39;s lead author and a pediatrician affiliated with Kuopio University Hospital in Kuopio, Finland. 这份7月9日上线的研究报告追踪了生活在芬兰乡村和郊区的397名儿童,考查了婴儿一岁以内与猫的接触是否能保护其免遭呼吸道感染的侵害,例如感冒和常见的并发耳部感染。报告首席作者、芬兰库奥皮奥大学医院(Kuopio University Hospital)的儿科大夫艾嘉#8226;伯格罗斯(Eija Bergroth)说,养家庭的小孩更健康,他们患耳炎的情况较少,需要的抗生素也比较少。 One measure showed children with dogs were reported as being healthy for about 73% of the time, based on weekly questionnaires, compared with about 65% of children with no dog contact at home. While the study tracked just under 400 babies, the researchers said the results were statistically significant because it relied on weekly questionnaires filled out by parents. 该研究中基于每周问卷调查的统计显示,养家庭小孩约73%的时间都是健康状态,而无家庭小孩的这一比例约为65%。尽管研究只追踪了不到400名小孩,但研究者称这些结果在统计学上具有显著意义,因为它依靠的是家长们填写的每周问卷。 Dr. Bergroth explained that children who lived in households where dogs spent 18 or more hours a day outside, showed the most healthy days, fewer fevers and the least use of antibiotics compared with babies with no dog at home. One theory is dogs that spend a lot of time outside likely bring more dirt and bacteria inside the home compared with dogs and cats that spend more time indoors, she said. Researchers believe that exposure to dirt and bacteria builds up babies#39; immune systems. 伯格罗斯士解释说,与无家庭的小孩相比,那些每日在户外时间18小时以上的所属家庭的小孩健康的天数最多,更少发烧,抗生素的使用也最少。她说,一种理论是,长时间在户外活动的可能比常在室内的和猫带回更多尘土和细菌。研究人员认为接触尘土和细菌会增强宝宝的免疫系统。 Researchers found that 97% of babies-whose mothers were enrolled in the study during pregnancy-had a runny nose at some point during the study, most had a cough and about 40% had an ear infection. Nearly half of the children needed antibiotics. 研究人员发现,97%的宝宝──他们的母亲在怀期间就加入了这项研究──在研究期间出现过流鼻涕的症状,大部分宝宝患过咳嗽,约40%患过耳炎。将近一半的宝宝需要使用抗生素治疗。 Earlier studies using smaller samples of children have shown conflicting results on the impact of animal exposure on infections and allergies, though a study funded by the National Institutes of Health showed children exposed to two or more dogs or cats in their first year had lower chances of later developing all kinds of allergies than children exposed to one or no pets. 早前以较少儿童做样本的研究得出过相反的结论,认为接触动物对炎症和过敏有不良影响,不过一项由美国国立卫生研究院(National Institutes of Health)资助的研究显示,一岁以前接触两只或更多的或猫的小孩日后罹患各类过敏症的几率比只接触一只或不接触宠物的小孩要低得多。 Dr. Bergroth#39;s study involved children who were born at Kuopio University Hospital in Finland between September 2002 and May 2005. The children#39;s parents were given weekly questionnaires from the time their babies were nine weeks old until they were 1 year old. The questionnaires asked if the children had been #39;hale and hearty#39; in the past seven days. If the child wasn#39;t healthy parents were asked to document ailments like fever, cough, runny nose, ear infection, diarrhea, urinary tract infection or rash. Families were also asked each week if they had a dog or a cat at home and how much time the animals spent outside. 伯格罗斯士研究中的小孩是2002年9月至2005年5月之间在芬兰库奥皮奥大学医院出生的。从孩子九周至一岁,他们的父母每周会收到问卷,调查小孩在过去七天里是否“生龙活虎”。如果孩子不健康,父母被需要记录下他们的病情,比如发烧、咳嗽、流鼻涕、耳部炎症、腹泻、尿路感染或皮疹。问卷同时还问及这些家庭是否养或养猫,以及宠物在户外的活动时长。 The study results were tabulated looking at responses on the weekly questionnaires rather than individual children. Researchers analyzed the data in different ways to rule out other factors that could influence infection rates like breastfeeding, low-birth weight, the number of siblings and whether moms smoked during pregnancy. 研究人员将结果制成表格,研究每周的问卷反馈,而不是单个小孩。研究人员以不同方式分析了数据,从而排除了其他可能影响炎症发生率的因素,比如母乳、低出生体重、兄弟数量,以及妈妈怀期间是否抽烟。 /201207/1916531. Divvy up any unexpected income分配好福利收入When you have a windfall ; a bonus, gift, or extra cash for extra work ; use the rule of thirds to determine how to use it:当你得到一笔意外之财时;;奖金、礼物,或是赚到的外快;;使用三分之一法则来决定如何使用它:One third for the past. Use one third to pay down debt you owe.三分之一用在过去。把三分之一的钱用来付你欠下的债务。One third for the future. Put a second third immediately into some sort of savings or investment.三分之一用在未来。把第二个三分之一立刻进行储蓄或是投资。One third for the present. Use the final third to make a home or personal improvement or purchase you want.三分之一用在当前。把最后的三分之一用于家庭或个人改善,又或者是买你想要的东西。If you follow this rule, you#39;ll see your debt shrink and your savings grow, and you won#39;t feel deprived.如果你遵循了这个法则,你将看到你的债务在减少,而你的储蓄在增加。你也不会再觉得拮据了! /201201/168029

Robot that cleans - inventor's ideal womanAn inventor has created his perfect woman, a robot who can do the cleaning, remember his favourite drink and him the newspaper headlines.Le Trung, 33, has spent pound;14,000 creating Aiko, who he describes as "in her 20s" with a 32, 23, 33 figure, shiny hair and delicate features.She can speak English and Japanese and is so accomplished at mathematics she can do Mr Trung's accounts.Mr Trung, from Brampton in Ontario, Canada, said he has never had time to find a real partner – so he designed and created his ideal woman using the latest technology.The former software programmer has taken out credit cards and loans, sold his car and spent his life savings on perfecting his "fem-bot".Now he is desperate to find a corporate sponsor to help him complete and perfect Aiko.He said: "Aiko is what happens when science meets beauty."I want to make her look, feel and act as human as possible so she can be the perfect companion."I talk to her a lot, and hope to improve her knowledge."So far she can understand and speak 13,000 different sentences in English and Japanese, so she's aly fairly intelligent."Aiko recognise faces and says hello when any of my family come around to visit. She helps me pick what to have for dinner and knows what drinks I like."She even helps me with directions when we're going somewhere."She doesn't need holidays, food or rest and she will work almost 24-hours a day. She is very patient and never complains She is the perfect woman."Mr Trung has designed Aiko with a touch-sensitive face and body so she reacts in a natural way if she is shown affection or hurt. /200812/58677

If it's difficult to motivate yourself to exercise, a change of venue may be in order. How about the great outdoors?如果我们找不到让自己坚持锻炼的理由,那么改变运动的地点或许是个不错的方法,比如说充满大自然气息的户外运动。With warmer weather on the way, the American Diabetes Association suggests these outdoor activities may get you moving:随着天气变暖,美国糖尿病协会建议可进行以下的户外运动:#8226;Go for a walk outside. #8226;Pull months' worth of weeds in the garden. #8226;Go for a hike on a wooded trail. #8226;Play a game of Frisbee. #8226;Try kayaking or canoeing. #8226;Head to the park for a walk or a game of tag with the kids or grandchildren.#8226;户外散步#8226;在花园里除草#8226;在树木繁茂的小道远足#8226;玩飞盘游戏#8226;皮艇或独木舟#8226;到公园散步或与孩子或孙子们玩追拍游戏。 /201103/128298

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