Monthly Archives: February 2011

Email vs. face time

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from Chris Wessen
Property Manager
Jones Lang LaSalle

“Did you get my email? I sent it 10 minutes ago, what do you mean you haven’t read it? I wrote the last sentence in bold. That’s how you know it was important. OK, read it and call me back.”

Sound familiar? It might if you’re like me and use email for most communication. In today’s… Read More

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Employment forecast suits region

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from Geoff Homer
Research Analyst
Jones Lang LaSalle

I just came across a slideshow on Boston.com that detailed the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ projections of the 30 fastest-growing careers. The data, which is updated every two years, shows that the total number of people employed in the US will increase by 10.1 percent by 2018. This translates into an addition of 15.3… Read More

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Healthcare reform and the C-suite

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from Timothy King
Vice President, Healthcare
Jones Lang LaSalle

As the country and our leadership glorify the benefit and bemoan the evils of healthcare reform, most of us sit on the sidelines without a clue of what it means to us and our families. Instead we take sides with our favorite talk show pundit or political party.

At a few recent healthcare executive events,… Read More

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The question of balance

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from Brian Morrissey
Vice President
Jones Lang LaSalle

I was at the office late into the evening yesterday and realized I had passed “the point of no return.” In other words, even if I were to leave immediately my son would be asleep by the time I got home. Of course a benefit of our industry is that on other days I’ll have… Read More

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