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Next stop, Reloville

Peter T. Kilborn

Next stop, Reloville

life inside America"s rootless professional class

by Peter T. Kilborn

  • 205 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Times Books, Henry Holt and Company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Professional employees -- Relocation,
  • Professional employees -- Relocation -- United States,
  • Moving, Household -- United States,
  • Relocation (Housing) -- United States,
  • Home -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementPeter T. Kilborn.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD8038.A1 K55 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23150086M
    ISBN 100805083081
    ISBN 109780805083088
    LC Control Number2008055350
    OCLC/WorldCa286448360

      “Next Stop, Reloville: Life Inside America’s New Rootless Professional Class” describes the lives of affluent, corporate gypsies – bright men and women recruited straight out of college for and year careers, bounding from town to town and routinely uprooting their families for the sake of professional success, only to end up.   Includes bibliographical references and index. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA City New YorkPages:

    Next Stop, Reloville. Peter T. Kilborn Henry Holt and Co. Times Books. An eye-opening investigation of the growing phenomenon of "Relos," the professionals for whom relocation is a way of life. Drive through the newest subdivisions.   Free Online Library: Don't worry, honey, you'll make new friends: inside the new class of serial relocators.(Next Stop, Reloville: Life Inside America's New Rootless Professional Class, Book review) by "Washington Monthly"; General .

    Indeed, the age-old saying is true. In this mind-opening book by Peter T. Kilborn, Next Stop, Reloville, the readers are introduced into the world of Relos, people who constantly have to relocate because of their jobs, hence the name.   The kind of corporate nomadism described in Peter Kilborn’s recent book, Next Stop, Reloville: Life Inside America’s Rootless Professional Class, in which families relocate every couple of years so the breadwinner can reach the next rung on the managerial ladder, will become less common in years ahead. A smaller cadre of corporate.


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Next Stop, Reloville book. Read 27 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. An eye-opening investigation Reloville book the growing phenomenon of Rel /5. “A solid update on the American rat race [Kilborn] clearly evokes the rootlessness of [Relo] lives, with everyone anxious about when the next transfer will come.” —Kirkus Reviews “Next Stop, Reloville combines first-rate storytelling and sharp analysis A must-read.” —Daniel H.

Pink, author of A Whole New Mind and Free Agent. "Next Stop, Reloville: Life Inside America's New Rootless Professional Class" ( pages) brings fascinating insights on the economic and social consequences of those professionals that move around a lot in building their careers.

Observes the author (a long-time but now former NY Time reporter): "By buying new houses similar to those they /5(14). Next Stop, Reloville: Life Inside America's New Rootless Professional Class User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.

Kilborn offers an analysis of the lives of "relos"-individuals who move up in their careers by moving around, both within the United States and internationally. The author is a longtime correspondent Read full review3/5(1). Peter Kilborn talked about his book [Next Stop, Reloville: Life Inside America's New Rootless Professional Class] (Times Books; July 7, ).

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Kilborn available from Rakuten Kobo. An eye-opening investigation of the growing phenomenon of "Relos," the professionals for whom relocation is a Brand: Henry Holt And Co. Former New York Times reporter Kilborn examines the nomadic lifestyles of the estimated ten million American professionals "who were moved in.

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Book Excerpt: ‘Next Stop, Reloville’ Peter T. Kilborn. Updated J pm ET This book is about Relos, a disproportionately influential strain of the vast middle class. With its mix. Next Stop, Reloville Peter Kilborn talked about his book Next Stop, Reloville: Life Inside America’s New Rootless Professional Class (Times Books; July 7, ).

About C-SPAN. Biography Like the breadwinners profiled in his book Next Stop Reloville, Peter Kilborn was a Relo. He was moved eight times over twenty years, to Paris, Los Angeles, London, and Washington, D.C., with intervening years in New York and briefer assignments later to Miami, Rio, and Saudi Arabia.

"Next Stop, Reloville is a reality check for budding executives. Huge paychecks and stock options accompany an existence that’s nomadic and risky. The author’s relo-family portraits are among the book’s best qualities. Each family member is fleshed out enough for the reader to.

"Next Stop, Reloville" by Peter T. Kilborn looks at "relos," affluent, midlevel executives who frequently relocate themselves and their families in hopes of climbing the corporate ladder. All of us will be faced with a decision at some point– Where do we want to relocate. And thus today’s reflection.

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Get this from a library! Next stop, Reloville: life inside America's new rootless professional class. [Peter T Kilborn] -- Examines the experience of relocation for mid-level executives and their families, the emotional toll uprooting lives in exchange for financial stability is taking, and the impact such constant.

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Some families split up, some lose their homes, some choose to simply drop out. A fascinating account of the stress of contemporary corporate culture on individuals, families and society. Praise for Next Stop Reloville.