Marci is regularly interviewed about the latest trends in workplace and career issues. Her career insights have been featured throughout the media including the Today Show, MSNBC, CNBC, BusinessWeek Magazine, National Public Radio, USA Today, The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Kansas City Star.
To contact Marci for an interview, please email her.
Recent Media Appearances
NBC Nightly News, March 3, 2013
USA Today Review: Advice for Seeking a Second Career Jan 13, 2013
Does your career need a second act? CBS Moneywatch, Jan. 11, 2013
Marci on HuffPost Live talking with folks in their encore careers who are enriching the lives of foster children, preserving the planet by recycling mannequins, and helping young gay and lesbian victims of bullying
“Is the Great Recession Redefining Retirement,” KPCC Radio: Take Two
“Find your calling the second time around,” USA Weekend, Nov. 15, 2012
“Catch phrase for career transition: ‘Fail early, fail often.’,” Minneapolis Star Tribune, Your Money, October 13, 2012
“How to Find a Job with Purpose (and Income) in Your Retirement Years,” The Allstate Blog, June 27, 2012
“Why We Don’t Want to Retire,” Star Tribune, April 3, 2012
“Competing for Internships With Mom and Dad,” U.S. News & World Report, March 22, 2012
“Encore careers expert: More boomers, older workers seeking jobs with social purpose” by The Associated Press. Appeared in The Washington Post and other outlets.
The Today Show
Bad female boss? She may have Queen Bee Syndrome , 4/12/11
Earnings and Yearnings: Meet the Slashers, January 1, 2011
NY 1 News
Better TV, a nationally syndicated TV show produced by the Meredith Corporation
NPR’s All Things Considered, Boomers Find Way to Make Social Impact, Money, 7/25/08
CNBC, Workaholics Anonymous, 7/6/07
A growing number of people are coming to terms with their relationships…with their professions. (Subscription required)
The Time Magazine Blog, Career Change Isn’t About Bigger Paychecks, 6/1/07
I had lunch the other day with Marci Alboher, the author of One Person/Multiple Careers: A New Model for Work/Life Success. Her book sprung from her own experiences as a former lawyer-turned-writer/speaker/teacher. Note the slashes; they’re key to her message.
“If you’re presently unhappy with where you’re working what’s preventing you from taking that last step out the door? How do you know for sure if now is the time to leave.”
The Boston Globe, The key is to embrace instability, March 4, 2007
“What can people do today to mitigate risk in the face of an inherently high-risk workplace? Get good at dealing with transition, because today’s workplace is full of it. The people who are most adept at dealing with transition are the people who will do best in their careers and in their lives.”
USA Today, Get a job? No, make a job, 2/5/07
“More and more Americans are becoming self-employed, both for the lifestyle and out of necessity. Yet fewer schools teach entrepreneurship skills than teach kids to be excellent readers and mathematicians. But this is starting to change — and that bodes as well for the economy as do the increases in reading and math skills [the No Child Left Behind Act] is starting to inspire.”
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