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When we researched the impact of the information economy on the
economic viability of communities, regions, consultants, micro enterprises, small businesses and human service organizations in
the USA; we saw how severely marginal communications abilities
and fear of technology, limited America's workforce to compete globally.

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Eworkstyle one page tabloid (above) is our premeir edition. We are publishing smaller Eworkstyle newsletters monthly, but every now and then we'll print a tabloid filled with news that keeps you in touch with the trends affecting skills and work changes, market developments and new innovations; so you can get and stay ahead of the learning curve.
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announce understanding of the way our audiences are impacted by technological, economic and global events. We work to assist the lives of Americans by helping them to see the world outside of their neighborhoods – via similar peoples from the poor and proud to the rich and influential. We believe all should witness the tools, machines, discoveries and technologies of mankind. We point out the minute and infinite as well as the big and magnanimous, because they all create the trends and revolutions of the day. We want the under-represented to see the work of men and women of all ethnic and age backgrounds, who create life, work and innovation using the skills, tools, resources and technologies of our time.

Our innovation is to help people understand the impact of economy, work and style on their job, business and career future – especially how changes involving technologies, web applications and new skills to require preparation ahead of projected timelines. The series of newsletters we issue help people make informed decisions about their education, skills, work, families and lifestyle.

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Ordinary people living ordinary lives do not see themselves as dramatically contributing to - nor tipping the scales in market share. Yet we know Wall Street and other global stock markets bet differently each day, on our purchase and use of kitchen, athletic, work and entertainment and other evolving technologies.
- Paula Robinson Deare
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