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The Best Time to Ace Work-Life Balance? On Vacation

The Best Time to Ace Work-Life Balance? On Vacation

Tips for having the best, most restful vacation possible

There are always ways to improve your work-life balance. Here are some strategies to help you, your family and your colleagues while you’re on vacation. Read More »

5 Lesser-Known Email Etiquette Rules You Might Be Breaking

5 Lesser-Known Email Etiquette Rules You Might Be Breaking

Can we have a moratorium on "gentle reminders?"

Here are five lesser-known email etiquette breaches that you might still make. Read More »

Best Construction Jobs

Best Construction Jobs

Electricians, glaziers, and more

The best construction jobs for 2014 range from brick masons to insulation contractors to construction managers and beyond. Read More »

What To Do If You Can't Find A Job

What To Do If You Can't Find A Job

Five alternatives to getting discouraged on an extended job hunt

Tried everything from networking to social media and still struggling to find work? Here are five steps you can take if your search isn’t producing results. Read More »

The Do's and Don'ts of Job Searching While Employed

The Do's and Don'ts of Job Searching While Employed

The best practices for finding a new job without losing your current one

Few people leave an old job voluntarily before finding a new one. Here are some do’s and don’ts for finding one when you still are at your current gig. Read More »

Do You Want a Better Career? Learn to Love Yourself

Do You Want a Better Career? Learn to Love Yourself

Your job impacts your self-esteem

Your definition of the right career is a moving target and changes as you go through life, based on your changing values and priorities. Read More »

Veterans Do This When Re-Entering the Workforce. We All Need to Try It.

Veterans Do This When Re-Entering the Workforce. We All Need to Try It.

Many experiences are transferable for a new career

There are several ways to use a meaningful story to convince prospective employers your background is an asset to the potential role and organization. Read More »

4 Things Your Company Might Tell You That Simply Aren't True

4 Things Your Company Might Tell You That Simply Aren't True

Your manager doesn't always know the correct information.

It would be nice to think that managers are always 100 percent truthful when talking to employees, but sometimes they say things that aren't quite true. Read More »

How Long Is Too Long For A Resume?

How Long Is Too Long For A Resume?

AlamyThis would be too long. By Marcelle Yeager How long should your résumé be? It's a long-standing debate among recruiters, but there is one thing they agree on: it needs to be relevant. This is true whether you're just out of school or have worked for 20 years, and it means your... Read More »

4 Don'ts to Remember on Your First Job

4 Don'ts to Remember on Your First Job

Don't fall prey to these four career-limiting moves.

Starting your first job? Steer clear of these four career limiting moves (or CLMs) to make sure you're off to a good, professional start. Read More »

If You Want to Rebuild Trust at Work, Remember These 3 C's

If You Want to Rebuild Trust at Work, Remember These 3 C's

Trust consists of competence, character and consistency

In the workplace, there are lots of different relationships in an organization and also various directions in which trust flows. Read More »

Asking Family and Friends for Career Help: 5 Ways to Get Over Fear of Rejection

Asking Family and Friends for Career Help: 5 Ways to Get Over Fear of Rejection

It's time you toughen up a bit and go for it!

Here's a plan to get yourself psyched to ask for help and follow up without becoming a pest. Read More »

Congrats! Your New Job Is a Nightmare

Congrats! Your New Job Is a Nightmare

What to do when you hate your brand-new job

It's your first week, and your new job isn't what you hoped it would be. If time passes and your mood stays the same, here's how to improve your situation. Read More »

When Working For Free Makes Sense

When Working For Free Makes Sense

Unpaid assignments can lead to paying gigs

For workers who already begrudgingly set up shop in a cubicle, working for free can be the way out. Read More »

How to Manage a Team of Your Former Peers

How to Manage a Team of Your Former Peers

What do you do when you're asked to manage your friends?

There are a few ways to straddle the balance of becoming a terrific boss to your former peers without being their pal. Read More »

Smart Summer Jobs For Kids

Smart Summer Jobs For Kids

Some ideas for your young one, tween, or teenager

If your teen needs a summer job or your younger child wants to earn money for an allowance, here are some ideas. Read More »

Finding, Landing and Loving a Hard-to-Fill Job

Finding, Landing and Loving a Hard-to-Fill Job

ManpowerGroup released its annual survey on hard-to-fill jobs. Could one of them be the gig for you?

Is there really a talent shortage or are employers being picky? Try these five things to help convince a potential employer to grant you an interview. Read More »

Making the Most of an Unpaid Internship

Making the Most of an Unpaid Internship

Is your donated time worthwhile for your career?

Here are some tips for discerning between good and bad unpaid internships and making the most of the one you have. Read More »

8 Ways to Confront Long-Term Unemployment

8 Ways to Confront Long-Term Unemployment

It could be time to change your job-hunting strategy

A number of key things were identified as helping the long-term unemployed, or those who have been out of work for more than six months. Read More »

Employers: GPA Not the Most Important Thing for Job Seekers

Employers: GPA Not the Most Important Thing for Job Seekers

A new survey also shows U.S. companies aren't so interested in liberal arts majors.

Companies are saying that "cultural fit" carries the most weight when considering an applicant, while grade-point average matters least. Read More »

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