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The LIS Pipeline | Placements & Salaries 2019

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Jobs by Region | Placements & Salaries 2019

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Job Search Strategies | Placements & Salaries 2019

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Survey Methods | Placements & Salaries 2019

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The Analytics Age | Placements & Salaries 2019

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Next Gen Librarians | LIS and Careers

Library Leadership Is About More than Getting Things Done | Leading from the Library

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Library People News 8/16/18

Janelle Richards, Toronto Public Library’s First Environmentalist in Residence

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Librarians Everywhere | Careers

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Changing Tracks | Careers

Leading Inside & Out | Leadership

Bench Building | Leadership

Personal, Actionable, Accessible | Office Hours

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What’s Next for Design Thinking in Librarianship | From the Bell Tower

Teaching to the Team | Learning in Practice

Susan Hildreth: Bridging LIS and Practice | Learning in Practice

Five Trends Changing Higher Education That Librarians Need to Watch | From the Bell Tower

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Civic Engagement at LJ’s Directors’ Summit 2017

The Pipeline Problem: It’s Up To Us To Close the Persistent Gender Gap | Editorial

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The Job Outlook: In 2030, Librarians Will Be in Demand | Editorial

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What Not to Do: Tips for New Library Leaders | Leading from the Library

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Hiring is Recruiting: A Career Often Begins in a Low-level Library Job | Blatant Berry

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Meet United for Libraries’ New Executive Director, President-Elect

Asking for a Friend: Tough Questions (and Honest Answers) about Organizational Culture | ALA Annual 2017

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One of the Toughest Leadership Jobs: The College Presidency | Leading from the Library

The Midcareer MLIS | LIS Education

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Why Social Justice in the Library? | Outreach + Inreach

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A Better Ladder: Fostering the Leaders Libraries Need | Editorial

The Next Step: Manager | Careers

The Next Step: Director | Careers

Exit Strategies | Careers

Cultivating Curiosity in Libraries

Jill Bourne: LJ’s 2017 Librarian of the Year

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Inspired by Serving Others: The rewards are unrelated to the bottom line | Blatant Berry

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Reworking the Workforce | Diversity 2016

Jenna Hartel | LJ/ALISE Excellence in Teaching Award Winner 2016

Vanessa Irvin Preaches the Art of Storytelling to Future Librarians

The Right Questions | Office Hours

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Willie Miller’s Grassroots Approach to Student Engagement Costs Less Than a Dollar

Thomas Padilla, UCSB’s Inaugural Humanities Data Curator

The Research Journey | Office Hours

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Tony Ageh on the Convergence of Cultural Institutions and Taking the Art Home

Building Vibrant Communities Through Literacy & Education: Ohio Workshop Shares Best Practices

Mariana Ramirez Godinez, High School Student Trustee

Mentorship 101 | On the Job

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Andrew Jackson and Mikisha Morris: Moving Forward At the Langston Hughes Library

A Great Place to Work: Where challenge and contribution converge | Editorial

The Evolution of Library Work | Careers 2016

Top Skills for Tomorrow’s Librarians | Careers 2016

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Five Brand-New Jobs for Today’s Librarians | Careers 2016

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A Group Effort | Careers 2016

United We Change | Careers 2016

Dennis Walcott Named CEO of Queens Library

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President Obama Announces Intent To Nominate Carla D. Hayden as Librarian of Congress

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Brett Bonfield: Taking the Helm at Princeton Public Library

Speak of the Devil | Office Hours

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David Giles and Story Bellows: BPL’s Strategy Team Looks Ahead

Q&A With Kelvin Watson, New CIO for Queens Library

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Rick Osen, Bellingham Public Library's Newest Trustee

Ann Thornton: Collaboration, Expansion, and Library Cred

Librarian of Congress James Billington Announces Upcoming Retirement

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Manage the Device Deluge | Professional Development

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Stacey Aldrich: A Sense of Aloha

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Meet Jessica Generoux, Aboriginal Intern

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Movers & Shakers 2015

The Reveal: Announcing LJ’s 2015 Movers & Shakers

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Actions and Answers | Office Hours

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Q&A with Paul Gazzolo, Gale Senior VP and General Manager

What Makes the Charleston Conference SO Darn Good? | Not Dead Yet

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MLD: Masters in Library Design, Not Science | From the Bell Tower

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Ego Non Te Absolvo: Lifelong Learning Isn’t Only for Other People | Peer to Peer Review

If Confusion Helps Students Learn, Shouldn’t They Be Information Literate By Now? | From the Bell Tower

CALI Author and Open Education | Peer to Peer Review

Benefiting from Your Benefits | Not Dead Yet

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Payday | LJ Salary Survey 2014

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More Data | LJ Salary Survey 2014

Payday | LJ Salary Survey 2014 | Data Tables

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What’s Your Online Persona?

Is There a Serials Crisis Yet? Between Chicken Little and the Grasshopper | Peer to Peer Review

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Organizations: See How They Run | Not Dead Yet

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Competency Lists Considered Harmful: Can We Rethink Them? | Peer to Peer Review

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Jack of All Trades, Master of Library Science | Not Dead Yet

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Seeing Your Future Self: Do You See a Library Director? | Leading from the Library

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Professional Development: What's It to You? Pt. 2 | Not Dead Yet

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It Can’t Hurt To Ask—or Can it? | From the Bell Tower

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A Genius Idea | Office Hours

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Professional Development: What's it to You? | Not Dead Yet

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Movers & Shakers 2014

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Can We Block the Pipeline Out? | Peer to Peer Review

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Queens Public Library CEO’s Compensation in The Spotlight

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Corinne Hill: LJ’s 2014 Librarian of the Year

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Suzie Allard | LJ Teaching Award Winner 2013

How to Survive and Thrive in Your First Library Job

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The Reskilling Muddle: Wasted Time, Money, and Opportunity | Peer to Peer Review

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ALA Withdraws Accreditation from SCSU MLS Program

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Worth Even More: Reboot the Fight for Stronger Pay | Editorial

Placements & Salaries 2013: The Emerging Databrarian

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Placements & Salaries 2013: Salaries Stay Flat; Specialties Shift

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