By Vivian Giang and Lynne Guey
Sub Pop Records addresses its letter "Dear Loser."
The New York Times does not like the use of the word "asshole."
This literary quarterly couldn't describe how bad a manuscript was.
Author Gertrude Stein was probably fuming when she got this letter from publisher... Read More »
If you've ignored career experts' advice to be careful about what you post on social networks, such as Facebook and LinkedIn, this new survey may frighten you.
In a survey of some 2,300 hiring managers, nearly 40 percent said they screen potential hires using social media, and many say they reject job... Read More »
Though the nation's labor market is slowly improving, millions of Americans remain out of work. That means the competition for jobs remain stiff, and job seekers can ill afford to be ill-prepared should opportunity come calling.
Despite the dramatic changes in the job market in recent years, the way jobs... Read More »
Perhaps the most anxiety-producing part of any job application process is the interview. In part, that's because job seekers have little way of knowing just what kinds of questions interviewers will be asking.
Further, today's savvy employers have moved beyond the archetypal "Tell me where you see yourself... Read More »
As the current job market continues to prove, competition among job seekers remains stiff. More than 14 million Americans are looking for work, so securing an interview in itself is reason to celebrate.
To get the job, however, applicants need to impress hiring managers on several levels, and the key to... Read More »