’Dilbert’ on how to save your career

Scott Adams, creator of the comic-strip Dilbert, spent so many years in corporate middle management that his characters and story lines resonate with just about anyone who works for a big company. A college economics major because he „had heard good things about something called money,” Adams’ business career got off to a dicey start. He took a job after graduation as a teller at a bank in downtown San Francisco, where he was robbed at gunpoint twice in six months. That inspired him to join a management training program.img src=”http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/rss/money_news_economy/~4/LL_9WAOJHZg” height=”1″ width=”1″/