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Work with Marty Nemko, 11/2/17: Employers are yawning at our expensive degrees. Now what?

On the first Work with Marty Nemko at its new time, Thursdays from 7 to 8 PM, on the Nov. 2 program, Barbara and Marty Nemko explore how career-minded people can take advantage of society's starting to replace the Dinosaur--campus-based-degree programs--with just-in-time learning options: from Steve Wozniak's new portal WozU and LinkedIn's Lynda, to formal and informal apprenticeships, to You U: a more self-powered approach to career and life success.

In the program's second segment,  triggered by Adam Grant's new article, we debate how to address colleagues who aren't pulling their weight.

Interspersed with all that, we'll do Workovers: Whatever career conundrum is facing you or someone you care about, we'll try our best to help.

Work with Marty Nemko is heard now, at its new time, Thursdays from 7 to 8 PM on KALW 91.7 FM, in San Francisco.

The programs are archived on NPR.org, iTunes, and in perpetuity on this web page.

Marty Nemko was called "job coach extraordinaire" by U.S. News and "The Bay Area's best career coach" by the San Francisco Bay Guardian. He has written 20 essays in TIME's Ideas section, and 1240 for PsychologyToday.com. Previously, his career column appeared for six years in the San Francisco Chronicle and then wrote The Big Idea continuing series on WashingtonPost.com and the Working it Out column on TheAtlantic.com. In his 30th year as a career and education advisor, Marty Nemko has served 5,400 clients and enjoys a 96% client-satisfaction rate. He is a part-time instructor of medical students at the UCSF School of Medicine.