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TRU Q1 2019 Newsletter

The first quarter of 2019, and this recap of TRU contributions so far this year, reflects the pivot our industries are making toward convergence. TRU, once a pure e-discovery staffing agency, is now deeply embedded and entrenched in two additional disciplines: cybersecurity and privacy. These professional communities are on an inevitable collision course, and TRU intends to be the beacon for professionals seeking exceptional elite representation and companies looking to hire the best and brightest talent in the world.

In Q1, TRU made many predictions about the year ahead, but we also laid the foundation for our constituents to prepare for those prophesies and get additional training and education through our annual scholarship program. TRU is out speaking and always writing about what we see happening in the market and how it can and will affect your career. Join us in celebrating our ninth year with our kick-off quarterly newsletter for 2019 chronicling what you might have missed in Q1 and what you don't want to miss in Q2.

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Coffee With Privacy Pros: The Road Less Traveled

As part of TRU's continued commitment to representing privacy professionals (and helping people become privacy professionals), CEO Jared Coseglia will interview Chief Privacy Officers, legal counsel, and partners in privacy practice groups as part of an ongoing series, Coffee with Privacy Leaders, published by CPO Magazine. Read the seventh of several interviews, "The Road Less Traveled” featuring Dan Pepper, Partner at BakerHostetler. Read the full article here!

Thursday, 10 October 2019, 15:27
TRU Tips

Unemployment hit a 50-year low in September.

TOP 3 Stats From The September Jobs Report
  • Unemployment dropped to 3.5%
  • Wage growth was negligible and is up only 2.9% for the year
  • Health care led in job creation while retail lost jobs again

Tip and TOP 3 courtesy of CNBC

Wednesday, 09 October 2019, 16:40
TRU Tips

People who stay in their jobs beyond five to seven years are fifty percent more likely to stay in that same job another five to seven years.

TOP 3 Questions To Consider If You Have Not Explored The Job Market In Over Five Years
  • How well will you compete against peers for jobs?
  • How strong is your ability to articulate your value proposition?
  • How do employers monetarily value your skills and experiences over the last five years?
Wednesday, 02 October 2019, 10:17