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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 »

April Fool's Pranks That Won't Get You Fired

April Fool's Pranks That Won't Get You Fired

Keep it fun and clever and the joke won't be on you

If you choose to perform an April Fool's prank at work, be careful and keep the end goal in mind. Stay away from the nasty and mean spirited. 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 »

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 »

The Weekly Roundup: 5 Steps To A Killer Resume

The Weekly Roundup: 5 Steps To A Killer Resume

Five experts show you how to craft the perfect calling card

Five expert articles from The Daily Muse, Hubspot, Career Bliss, Careerealism and Doostang on building, updating and fine-tuning the perfect resume. Read More »

Cleveland's Job Bank Queen Kelly Blazek: Can This Career Be Saved?

Cleveland's Job Bank Queen Kelly Blazek: Can This Career Be Saved?

What advice would YOU give to the house mother?

Unless you've been basking under a beach umbrella at St. Bart's, you've probably heard about the Cleveland Jobs Bank founder whose nasty emails to job searchers went public. Read More »

The Weekly Countdown: 5 Articles All Job Seekers Should Read

The Weekly Countdown: 5 Articles All Job Seekers Should Read

Five awesome pieces of career advice I read this week

Five great pieces of job search advice I read this week from Mashable, Careerealism, Daily Muse, Social Hire and Brazen Careerist Read More »

The Weekly Countdown: 5 Articles All Job Seekers Should Read

The Weekly Countdown: 5 Articles All Job Seekers Should Read

Five awesome pieces of career advice I read this week

Five great pieces of job search advice I read this week from Mashable, Careerealism, Daily Muse, Fast Company and Hired Guns Read More »

How I Learned: Positive Attitude Makes The Difference

How I Learned: Positive Attitude Makes The Difference

Positive energy is contagious. Catch it if you can!

Soft skills: Positive Attitude. How the power of a positive attitude and great energy can transform your career. Read More »

The Weekly Countdown: 5 Articles All Job Seekers Should Read

The Weekly Countdown: 5 Articles All Job Seekers Should Read

Five awesome pieces of career advice I read this week

Five great pieces on job search and career advice from Mashable, Careerealism, Daily Muse, Brazen Careerist and The Hired Guns Read More »

9 Ways A DUI Will Destroy Your Career

9 Ways A DUI Will Destroy Your Career

The devastating effects drunk driving will have on your job

If you're arrested for DUI, it can cost you your job. Here's how a DUI will affect you at work and what to do if you're stopped by police after drinking. Read More »

How to Make Sure You Don't Fall Off The Radar When You Work Remotely

How to Make Sure You Don't Fall Off The Radar When You Work Remotely

It's your job to be present, even when you're not in the office

Workplace flexibility requires you to do your part to make sure people know what you're doing and where and when to find you. Read More »

How To Make Yourself Essential

How To Make Yourself Essential

Be honest. What are you really contributing at work?

All the talk of "essential" employees makes this a good time to step back and take stock of the value you bring to your organization. Read More »

Questions You Should Always -- and Never -- Ask On An Interview

Questions You Should Always -- and Never -- Ask On An Interview

It's possible to save a bad interview with good questions

The interview provides an opportunity for you to learn about the company. Ask questions that make it clear you've done your homework. Read More »

Are You Feeling Lost In Your Career?

Are You Feeling Lost In Your Career?

Between the ups and downs of the economy, a conventional career map can sometimes serve as little more than wishful thinking. Read More »

Why Doing What You Love Isn't A Career Plan

Why Doing What You Love Isn't A Career Plan

Following your passion is the advice everyone gets -- and it leads people astray. Read More »

Experts' Top Career Tips For The Class Of 2013

Experts' Top Career Tips For The Class Of 2013

Friday's "Lunchtime Live" looks at the employment challenges and opportunities facing the class of 2013 and what job seekers need to do to avoid underemployment. Read More »

How A Job Can Be Like A Dysfunctional Relationship

How A Job Can Be Like A Dysfunctional Relationship

Your job may remind you of a dysfunctional relationship. Read More »

Life After 'Dirty Jobs': Mike Rowe Busts The Myths About Blue-Collar Work

Life After 'Dirty Jobs': Mike Rowe Busts The Myths About Blue-Collar Work

Mike Rowe of 'Dirty Jobs' is unemployed, but he has plenty to say about what's wrong with how Americans view blue collar jobs. Read More »

In The Wrong Job? How To Move Into A Career You'll Love

In The Wrong Job? How To Move Into A Career You'll Love

These five people turned their passions into thriving careers. See how they did it. Read More »

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