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  • Job-Hunting Tips For Veterans

    Job-Hunting Tips For Veterans

    By Andrea Murad For veterans going from green to grey, the transition to civilian life can be a challenge. Studies show recent veterans are having a more difficult time finding work in this weak labor market than their civilian counterparts. The unemployment rate for veterans who have served any time since... Continue Reading

  • Getting Your Teen Off The Couch And Into A Job

    Getting Your Teen Off The Couch And Into A Job

    By Brittany Hurban Teens might think their summer break is the perfect time to sleep-in, hit the pool and hang out with friends, but parents probably have a different image of how their kids should fill the time: a summer job. Summer jobs allow teenagers to dip their toes into the working world, earn a... Continue Reading

  • How To Get Along With Difficult Bosses

    How To Get Along With Difficult Bosses

    By Andrea Murad Most of us have a boss, and while it might sound counterintuitive, experts say that knowing how to make your boss look good and shine will advance your career. Unless you own your business, you likely have a boss who decides promotions and raises that help you climb the corporate ladder. Even... Continue Reading

  • April Jobs Report: What More Bad News Could Mean For You

    April Jobs Report: What More Bad News Could Mean For You

    The April jobs report due this Friday could be one of the more significant pieces of economic data released so far this year. Solid numbers could revive optimism for a strong recovery in 2012. More bad news could have a devastating domino effect across the economic landscape. Also due next week are monthly... Continue Reading

  • Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg: Too Immature To Be CEO?

    Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg: Too Immature To Be CEO?

    By Matt Egan He may be leading a soon-to-be-public company that employs more than 3,000 people and is valued at $100 billion, but Mark Zuckerberg isn't your father's CEO. Through his management style and decision making -- especially the decision to leave the board out of a recent $1 billion purchase --... Continue Reading

  • When CEOs Act 'Immorally': Should Employers Butt Out?

    When CEOs Act 'Immorally': Should Employers Butt Out?

    By Jennifer Booton Spurred by technological innovation that is causing even the most sacred private activities to potentially be blown into the spotlight, the once-rigid line between the personal and professional lives of workers is becoming increasingly blurred. While it may be easy to comprehend how the... Continue Reading

  • Office Romances On The Rise -- Again

    Office Romances On The Rise -- Again

    By Kathryn Tuggle What's the difference between the office and a singles bar? Well, nothing for some millennials. According to a study by employee benefits provider Workplace Options, 84 percent of employees aged 18 to 29 say they would date a co-worker, and 71 percent say they think workplace romance is... Continue Reading

  • Report: U.S. Is Creating Lousy Jobs

    Report: U.S. Is Creating Lousy Jobs

    By Dunstan Prial An analysis of recent labor market data shows that while the number of jobs created in early 2012 exceeds that of a year ago, the jobs added to U.S. payrolls paid less than those created in early 2011. In the first four months of fiscal year 2012, employment and withheld income tax... Continue Reading

  • Best Buy Looking Into Ex-CEO's Relationship With Employee

    Best Buy Looking Into Ex-CEO's Relationship With Employee

    By Jennifer Booton Best Buy is reportedly probing former CEO Brian Dunn's personal life to see if he misused company assets while having an alleged affair with a female subordinate. The company did not immediately respond to FOXBusiness.com for this story, but a spokesman told The Wall Street Journal that... Continue Reading

  • Want A Great Summer Internship? 4 Tips

    Want A Great Summer Internship? 4 Tips

    By Heather Huhman Great news, students: Internship and co-op recruiting for the year 2011-2012 projections indicate that hiring is up. In fact, according to the Collegiate Employment Research Institute's latest report, 70% of organizations plan to seek interns and co-ops for spring and summer roles in 2012,... Continue Reading

  • How Playing Video Games Makes You More Employable -- Really

    How Playing Video Games Makes You More Employable -- Really

    By John Sumser The top 10 jobs in demand in 2010 did not exist in 2004. Sixty percent of new jobs require skills that only 20 percent of workers have. Continue Reading

  • Ex-Goldman Sachs Exec Sells Tell-All For $1.5 Million

    Ex-Goldman Sachs Exec Sells Tell-All For $1.5 Million

    By Matt Egan Just weeks after gripping the financial world with a scathing op-ed piece about Goldman Sachs, Greg Smith has reportedly landed a seven-figure advance on a book deal. Continue Reading

  • Creating Your Own Luck: 12 Steps for Advancing Your Career

    Creating Your Own Luck: 12 Steps for Advancing Your Career

    By Andrea Murad With St. Patrick's Day just behind us, many job seekers are hoping the luck of the Irish will have rubbed off on their careers. However, career professionals say unemployed workers can stop searching for four-leaf clovers and planting money trees and create their own luck. After all, luck is... Continue Reading