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Want To Work With Dogs?

Want To Work With Dogs?

'Dog Talk Diva' tells all

If you're a dog lover thinking about a career working with animals, here's the inside scoop from award-winning dog expert Camilla Gray-Nelson. Read More »

How To Be A Rebel In The Workplace And Survive

How To Be A Rebel In The Workplace And Survive

Don't loiter and chain smoke in the alley behind your building

Too often, rebels at work end up martyrs. A handy guide to bringing about change without ending up getting the shaft. Read More »

How To Get A Raise Without Asking

How To Get A Raise Without Asking

Six passive strategies to get more money

Worried that asking outright for a raise will harm your chances of getting one? Read More »

Does My Employer Have To Pay Earned Sick And Vacation Time When I Leave?

Does My Employer Have To Pay Earned Sick And Vacation Time When I Leave?

Can employers make retroactive changes to PTO policies?

Are your vacation and sick pay earned benefits? Do you have rights if your employer changes PTO policies? AOL Jobs employment law expert Donna Ballman explains. Read More »

Career Advice That Is Outdated Or Just Plain Wrong

Career Advice That Is Outdated Or Just Plain Wrong

Wisdom or wis-dumb?

You've likely been advised of all or most of these fallacies. Truth is, everyone's professional makeup is different. Read More »

6 Job Tips for Recent Graduates

6 Job Tips for Recent Graduates

A Millennial's guide to that first post-grad job

What college graduates need to know before stepping into the job market. Career guide to interviews, promotions, helicopter parents and resumes. Read More »

Why Legal Marijuana Use Can Get You Fired

Why Legal Marijuana Use Can Get You Fired

State laws don't protect users from workplace discrimination

Although marijuana use is legal in some states, workers are still getting fired. What gives? AOL Jobs employment law expert Donna Ballman explains Read More »

Job References: Ask Your Boss, Not Your Boyfriend

Job References: Ask Your Boss, Not Your Boyfriend

Or your roommate, or your guitar teacher, or your delivery guy...

Some 62 percent of employers received negative reviews of a candidate from a reference and 69 percent said a reference made them change their mind about a hire. Read More »

5 Lessons To Learn On Your First Job

5 Lessons To Learn On Your First Job

Prepare to be overwhelmed and underpaid on your first job

You'll learn a lot on your first job -- ranging from learning to work with difficult people to how manage yourself. It's not your boss's job to make you happy. Read More »

Want To Tick Off Your Boss?  Your Colleagues?

Want To Tick Off Your Boss? Your Colleagues?

Post this on social media

The reality is when you're on vacation people back at the office don't want a reminder. Practical advice for when social media privacy is the best policy. Read More »

Are You The Annoying Co-Worker?

Are You The Annoying Co-Worker?

It's easy to blame others. Look at your behavior first

Have you ever stopped and thought about how your actions and more likely reactions could be frustrating your office mates? Read More »

How to Write the Perfect Email Subject Line for Job Hunting

How to Write the Perfect Email Subject Line for Job Hunting

Since email is often the first point of contact for job seekers and hiring managers, the subject line can make all the difference Read More »

'Many Thanks': How To Deal With Rejection During Your Job Search

'Many Thanks': How To Deal With Rejection During Your Job Search

Learn to let it slide off you

Even seasoned professionals are facing rejection in today's job market. Here's how one such worker handles this painful occurrence. Read More »

Help! My Boss Is An Abusive Jerk

Help! My Boss Is An Abusive Jerk

AOL reader questions asked and answered about boss problems

If your boss is abusive, do you have any options? While workplace bullying isn't illegal, you may have some legal claims if you're in a hostile work environment Read More »

Can You Get Ahead By Swearing At Work?

Can You Get Ahead By Swearing At Work?

'But the Pope did it!'

Can swearing at work lend you credibility or damage your reputation? It depends. Read More »

Lunchtime Live! Pi Day Edition [REPLAY]

Lunchtime Live! Pi Day Edition [REPLAY]

Tune in at the bottom of the page

Join Jack Silbert and Laurie Petersen in a free-wheeling discussion of math jobs and bosses. Bring your own pie! Read More »

What Your Favorite TV Show Says About Your Career [Infographic]

What Your Favorite TV Show Says About Your Career [Infographic]

Take a cue from the boob tube

Your favorite television show may offer hints about the work you'd find the most satisfying. Read More »

How to Survive 3 Layoffs in 2 Years & Still Get a Job Quickly

How to Survive 3 Layoffs in 2 Years & Still Get a Job Quickly

From unemployed to popping champagne - jobseeker success story

What do you do when you get laid-off 2X in 6 months? You seek career advice to help you build a gameplan to change your job search strategy and career path. Read More »

7 Ways To Lose Your Boss' Trust

7 Ways To Lose Your Boss' Trust

Surefire ways to seem unreliable

How happy you are at work depends a lot on your relationship with your boss. Read More »

Have You Been Zapped By The R-Word?

Have You Been Zapped By The R-Word?

If you haven't you're probably under 40

Deciphering and being aware of the R-word code can be of enormous advantage to older jobseekers. Why waste time and energy trying to work with the wrong people? Read More »

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