You've been screened, selected and interviewed, and now you've landed the job. Congratulations. But before you can start, your new employer wants you to undergo a drug test and background check.
What should you expect when you take a drug test and get background-checked for a new job? Read More »
Getting a master's degree may be a lot of work, but it's a fine thing to have from a money-making perspective (especially after you've paid off your student loans). While many people think of getting a master's in business administration when considering the possibilities for a professional degree, an MBA is in... Read More »
If you're looking to jump start your work life with a new career, you just might want to boost your professional credential with a two-year associate's degree.
And here's a surprise: people with specialized professional degrees from two-year associate programs often earn better pay than people with a bachelor's... Read More »
If you're job-hunting, chances are you pay attention when the U.S. government issues its monthly employment report. But do you know what the report's massive amounts of numbers and data really mean? Here's a brief primer on the important facts you need to understand about the U.S. Labor Department's May 2010... Read More »