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What No One Tells You About Working For Nonprofits

What No One Tells You About Working For Nonprofits

Such as the heightened job satisfaction, despite the sacrifices

If you're searching for meaningful work this year, consider the nonprofit sector. Read More »

7 Reasons To Update Your Resume Even If You're Not Looking

7 Reasons To Update Your Resume Even If You're Not Looking

You never know when you'll be looking for a job next

There are many reasons to keep your resume up-to-date even if everything's going well at your present job. Read More »

Start A Blog, Give Yourself A Career Edge

Start A Blog, Give Yourself A Career Edge

Every blogging skill is transferable

Writing a blog will keep you productive and give you valuable, easily transferable skills. Read More »

Would You Let Your Parents Interview On Your Behalf?

Would You Let Your Parents Interview On Your Behalf?

Of course mom will have only nice things to say

Some millennials may be taking things too far by having their parents talk to hiring managers. Read More »

4 Creative Job-Hunting Organizational Tips

4 Creative Job-Hunting Organizational Tips

Stay on top of your game by streamlining your search

Organize yourself to keep sane and be productive during your job search. Read More »

10 Websites That Are A Freelancer's Best Friend

10 Websites That Are A Freelancer's Best Friend

Don't take on the cutthroat world of freelance work alone

Use these sites to gain an advantage in the competitive world of being your own boss. Read More »

6 Social Media Jobs That Will Be Big in 2014

6 Social Media Jobs That Will Be Big in 2014

Companies of all sizes have embraced social as a staple

Social media skills are in demand and salaries are good for specialists. Read More »

Telling Your Boss About A Co-Worker's Inappropriate Office Behavior

Telling Your Boss About A Co-Worker's Inappropriate Office Behavior

There's a difference between tattling and telling

Five ways to tell when it's clear you should talk to your boss about a colleague's behavior. Read More »

4 Travel Tips For A Breezy Business Trip

4 Travel Tips For A Breezy Business Trip

Traveling for work shouldn't give you anxiety

Whether it's your first or fifteenth business trip, traveling might still feel irksome — but it doesn't have to be. Read More »

'Tell Me About Yourself': Answer This Dreaded Question The Right Way

'Tell Me About Yourself': Answer This Dreaded Question The Right Way

Avoid rambling and telling your life story

Your natural impulses when it comes to answering the interview question 'So tell me about yourself,' are likely all wrong. Read More »

Find the Hidden Career Potential In Your Dead-End Job

Find the Hidden Career Potential In Your Dead-End Job

How to see the value in every position

There's no such thing as a dead-end job. There are only dead-end attitudes. Read More »

Say Goodbye Forever to Email and Get More Done

Say Goodbye Forever to Email and Get More Done

Dysfunctional cultures confuse email with actual work

WordPress.com has abandoned email as a form of communication and productivity has soared. Here's one employee's take of why Read More »

Why We Won't Need College in 15 Years

Why We Won't Need College in 15 Years

Some things just outlive their usefulness.

Some things outlive their usefulness. A traditional college education is fast becoming obsolete. Read More »

3 Worst Mistakes To Make When Changing Careers

3 Worst Mistakes To Make When Changing Careers

Test your ideas by talking to people and get out of your head

Many people grapple with how to make a successful career change and make a few common, avoidable mistakes. Here are three errors you should watch out for. Read More »

How To Get Successful People To Answer Your Emails

How To Get Successful People To Answer Your Emails

By Reggie Hall Jr. If the Internet were a real place, most emails would be the equivalent of that shady guy trying to sell you items from his kiosk at the mall. He's annoying. He doesn't give a crap about you. He wastes your time. And that foreign lotion bottle he extends to your terrified nostrils doesn't... Read More »

What Makes A Great Cover Letter

What Makes A Great Cover Letter

In a job market that's more competitive than ever, it's critical that your cover letter stand out. With the advent of online job postings, you're competing with a more global and wide-ranging group of people, so consider the content of your cover letter carefully. And never submit a resume without one-that's a... Read More »

5 Things Never To Say To Co-Workers

5 Things Never To Say To Co-Workers

By Jenny Treanor If you're lucky enough to spend the day surrounded by co-workers whom you consider close friends, count your blessings. Not everyone has the good fortune to work side-by-side with those whom they connect with on the deepest personal level. For most of us, co-worker relationships are pleasant,... Read More »

Things You Should Leave Off Your Resume

Things You Should Leave Off Your Resume

By Leslie Anglesey Your resume may only be a single page, but it's a potential minefield when it comes to your career. On one hand, you want enough information so the employer sees what a stellar candidate you are. On the other, you don't want to step into any pitfalls that will give the hiring manager reason... Read More »

4 Traits Of Extraordinary Bosses

4 Traits Of Extraordinary Bosses

By Brad Lomenick Let's be honest: you don't want to fail. But if you're a leader, you've more than likely failed at one point or another. One of the most prevalent reasons for failure is the lack of the essential elements needed to lead now and well. Here are four traits you must possess if you want to succeed... Read More »

More Employers Demand Twitter-Like Brevity On Applications

More Employers Demand Twitter-Like Brevity On Applications

By Jen Glantz The days of lengthy cover letters and bulleted resumes are fading as employers ask job applicants to present their case in a modern and challenging way -- by describing themselves and why they are a perfect fit for a job in 150 characters or less. Borrowing from the style of Twitter (which maxes... Read More »

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