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Graduation Tip: How To Make $1,000,000/Year

Graduation Tip: How To Make $1,000,000/Year

What you need to know about making more money

A student asked me how he could make $1,000,000/year. This is what I told him... Read More »

Ask Jack: Fired Coworkers, Just Say No, and Job of the Week

Ask Jack: Fired Coworkers, Just Say No, and Job of the Week

You have work questions. Jack has answers.

AOL Jobs contributor Jack Silbert answers all your burning job-related questions. Read More »

How To Keep Your Resume Out Of The Scrap Pile

How To Keep Your Resume Out Of The Scrap Pile

Avoid these common mistakes

Biggest resume mistakes you don't know you're making – but may prevent you from landing an interview. Read More »

Can My Employer Tell Me Where To Live?

Can My Employer Tell Me Where To Live?

Is discrimination based on where you live illegal?

An AOL Jobs reader asks whether a boss can make her daughter move closer after 2years of commuting. Our resident employment law expert explains her rights. Read More »

Internships Aren't Just For College Kids

Internships Aren't Just For College Kids

Boomers can benefit from internships, too

One of the best ways to facilitate a mid-life career change is by taking on an internship. Read More »

What 9 Highly Successful People Wish They Knew Before Starting Their First Jobs

What 9 Highly Successful People Wish They Knew Before Starting Their First Jobs

"Your ability will only take you so far."

Business Insider polled some of the world's most successful people to find out what they wish they had known before they graduated. Read More »

How To Criticize Your Boss Without Losing Your Job

How To Criticize Your Boss Without Losing Your Job

A little humor and humility go a long way!

Your boss may be in need of a reality check, but you should still tread lightly. Read More »

How Important Is Your GPA To Employers?

How Important Is Your GPA To Employers?

It has to count for something... right?

The truth about how your college experience is evaluated by employers. Read More »

The Worst Way To Start Your Career Search

The Worst Way To Start Your Career Search

'I overslept' is not an excuse for blowing off an interview

Wakeup call for grads and college students everywhere. Read More »

So You Want to Work in Advertising?

So You Want to Work in Advertising?

How to get the creative capitals of the world to come to you

Things in the advertising industry, and in most creative fields, have changed dramatically since the Mad Men era. Just start and the work will follow. Read More »

The Underrated Skill The Best Leaders Have Mastered

The Underrated Skill The Best Leaders Have Mastered

'Brevity is the soul of wit,' said Shakespeare

The brutal reality in business today is that verbose leaders have few followers. Read More »

Does 'Out-of-Work' Mean Damaged Goods?

Does 'Out-of-Work' Mean Damaged Goods?

Don't let being let go hurt your chances of getting hired

Were you let go and fear employers see you as damaged goods? If so, read this... Read More »

10 Tips From a Top Recruiter

10 Tips From a Top Recruiter

How to position yourself for job hunting success

A top recruiter in the Education Technology field shares 10 tips for candidates to position themselves for job hunting success. Read More »

Frustrated at Work or in Your Job Search?

Frustrated at Work or in Your Job Search?

You're not alone!

Common workplace and job search frustrations and how to solve them, including co-workers driving you crazy, difficult bosses, and why you didn't get the job. Read More »

Ask Jack: Boss' Dirty Laundry, Respect, and Job Pick of the Week

Ask Jack: Boss' Dirty Laundry, Respect, and Job Pick of the Week

I'm just a regular guy trying to help. What do you want to know?

AOL Jobs contributor Jack Silbert answers all your burning job-related questions. Read More »

Can An Employer Discriminate Against Me Because I Smoke?

Can An Employer Discriminate Against Me Because I Smoke?

In 21 states discrimination against smokers is legal

While many states ban discrimination against smokers, 21 states still permit employers to invade employee privacy. What are your rights in your state? Read More »

A Breakdown Of 10 Common Career Struggles

A Breakdown Of 10 Common Career Struggles

Tackle these difficult work situations one step at a time

Detailed and practical advice for some of the most common situations jobseekers and unhappy workers find themselves in. Read More »

Bouncing Back From a Bad Career Exit

Bouncing Back From a Bad Career Exit

How to answer the question 'Why were you let go?'

No one likes the experience of being fired, but there are ways to get back out there and find a job that's a better fit. Read More »

Negotiate Your Starting Salary Like A Boss

Negotiate Your Starting Salary Like A Boss

Accepting a lowball offer could hurt you for years to come!

Accepting a lowball salary offer could cause you to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars over the lifetime of your career, according to experts. Read More »

Wackiest Reasons People Miss Work

Wackiest Reasons People Miss Work

'The cat got out' is not an acceptable excuse at most places

Off-the-wall excuses not to come to work can do more harm than good. Read More »

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