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Ask Jack: Calling in Sick, Nasty Coworkers, and Job of the Week

Ask Jack: Calling in Sick, Nasty Coworkers, and Job of the Week

Don't be shy. Jack wants to answer your work questions.

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

What Every Teen Needs To Know About Getting Paid At Work

What Every Teen Needs To Know About Getting Paid At Work

On wages, hours, unpaid Internships and breaks

Getting paid (or getting a learning experience) are the reasons you took that summer job or internship, right? Learn about how to get paid, hours and breaks Read More »

Why You Shouldn't Look For A Job At Work

Why You Shouldn't Look For A Job At Work

Nothing you do at work is private

An AP editor recently committed a career blooper by embedding a cover letter into a photo caption sent to the world. Read More »

The Weekly Roundup: Make Recruiters Work For You

The Weekly Roundup: Make Recruiters Work For You

Show recruiters you are the best candidate for the job

Recruiters are an essential part of job search. Experts show you how to build relationships and optimize your visibility for recruiters and search firms Read More »

How to Wreck Your First Job in One Simple Text

How to Wreck Your First Job in One Simple Text

The clash over talking vs. texting

If you're a recent college graduate, you may not know much about the growing Talking versus Text gap.This generational divide can wreak havoc at work. Read More »

How To Quit Your Job (The Right Way)

How To Quit Your Job (The Right Way)

Don't get reckless, even if you choose to quit via puppet

There are many ways to quit a job, and some ways are nothing short of epic. But even the virally inclined should abide by a few time-tested rules. Read More »

Ask Jack: Skill vs. Love, Drunken Bosses, and Job of the Week

Ask Jack: Skill vs. Love, Drunken Bosses, and Job of the Week

When job-seekers and workers have questions, they all Ask Jack.

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

Hello, Graduates! Here's Your Dream Job

Hello, Graduates! Here's Your Dream Job

(Must love to cuddle)

Take your soft skills, especially your extensive expertise with cuddling, selfies, and wildlife, across the planet to China and become a Panda Nanny. Read More »

A Conversation with Robert Reich: First Job, Personality Drug, Job Training

A Conversation with Robert Reich: First Job, Personality Drug, Job Training

What it was like to work for Robert Kennedy

Career lessons from Robert Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labor. Read More »

9 Things Every Teen Should Know About Workplace Rights

9 Things Every Teen Should Know About Workplace Rights

New to the world of work? Know your legal rights

If you're a teen or young adult entering the workplace, know your rights at work. Our resident employment law expert explains what laws protect you. Read More »

Career & Life Lessons from C-SPAN Top Interviewer Brian Lamb

Career & Life Lessons from C-SPAN Top Interviewer Brian Lamb

Put yourself where good things are likely to happen

Lessons on conducting interviews and on living life. Read More »

Job-Hopping: Does It Help Or Hinder Your Career?

Job-Hopping: Does It Help Or Hinder Your Career?

New research reveals hiring managers' attitudes

Have an unstable work history? This may or may not hurt you depending on your age and industry. Read More »

#1 Trait Needed to Build A $200M Business (Or, A Successful Career)

#1 Trait Needed to Build A $200M Business (Or, A Successful Career)

Everyone is born with the same capacity to develop this key trait

Do you have what it takes to achieve HUGE success? This one trait determines it all. Read More »

What Commencement Speeches Aren't Saying

What Commencement Speeches Aren't Saying

Get in the door and learn by doing. Here's how

Commencement season is upon us. Yet, commencement speakers aren't telling recent graduates what the 'real world' job market is really like. Read More »

Ask Jack: Overqualified, the Undead, and Job of the Week

Ask Jack: Overqualified, the Undead, and Job of the Week

Jack can improve your work life. You just have to ask.

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

What Every Teen (And Parent) Needs To Know About Sexual Harassment At Work

What Every Teen (And Parent) Needs To Know About Sexual Harassment At Work

Workplace lessons high schools and colleges don't teach

If you're entering the workplace this summer (or are a parent of someone who is) then you must learn about sexual harassment. Here's what you need to know. Read More »

Spike Lee's Advice On Personal Branding

Spike Lee's Advice On Personal Branding

The iconic writer/director stopped by the AOL offices yesterday

During a Q&A at the AOL offices, Spike Lee gave his advice on the subject of personal branding: focus on the quality of your work first. Read More »

The Danger Of The Finish Line

The Danger Of The Finish Line

Once we stop, we must start over

Setting a finish line does help people reach a goal, but the reward of hitting a specific goal actually can undermine habits. Read More »

What if You Have a Job Offer and a New Interview Offer?

What if You Have a Job Offer and a New Interview Offer?

Nice problem to have

What should you do if you have an offer, but the opportunity to interview for a better job? Read More »

The Weekly Roundup: Getting Social With Job Search

The Weekly Roundup: Getting Social With Job Search

How social media can make or break your career

Social Media can make or break your job search. Experts show you how to maximize and optimize your online presence for maximum impact. Read More »

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