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5 Programs Helping The Long-Term Unemployed Find Work

5 Programs Helping The Long-Term Unemployed Find Work

Long-term unemployment has surged 213 percent since 2007

There are some 4.1 million workers who are considered the "long-term unemployed." Several programs are designed to help them out. Read More »

4 Job-Search Tips That People Normally Pay Big Bucks To Learn

4 Job-Search Tips That People Normally Pay Big Bucks To Learn

What would a career coach tell you if you had the bucks to hire one? AOL Jobs consulted with several coaches to uncover these tips. Read More »

When NOT To Hire A Career Coach

When NOT To Hire A Career Coach

In a tough labor market, hiring a career coach might seem like an easy way to get a job. But that's not always the case. Read More »

Is A Career Coach Worth The Money?

Is A Career Coach Worth The Money?

The use of career coaches is on the rise, says the International Coaching Federation. But when should you hire one? Read More »

Making This Phone Call Could Change Your Career

Making This Phone Call Could Change Your Career

Over the last six weeks, I've consulted with four different experts about my career-reinvention journey-and they've all been very helpful. But I've avoided approaching the people who could probably help me the most: my professional contacts. Read More »

A Career Makeover ... In 3 Minutes?

A Career Makeover ... In 3 Minutes?

Gail Belsky is blogging for AOL Jobs about her quest to find a new job -- and reinvent her career. She will be posting every Monday. In the meantime, feel free to share your suggestions, thoughts and ideas in the comments section below. As part of my attempt to reinvent my career, I had my first consult with... Read More »

How To Turn Your New Year's Career Resolutions Into Reality [VIDEO]

How To Turn Your New Year's Career Resolutions Into Reality [VIDEO]

If you follow through on all your new year's resolutions, you might never have to make any the... Read More »

Unemployed? Don't Bother With A Career Coach

Unemployed? Don't Bother With A Career Coach

I'm sorry to say that I've developed a skeptical attitude toward career coaches and interview counselors and, in general, toward the profusion of job search advice I find everywhere on the Internet. A whole industry seems to have sprung up to serve the needs of unemployed people. While I'm sure this is good... Read More »

'What Not to Wear's Stacy London Helps You Dress for Less Stress at Work

'What Not to Wear's Stacy London Helps You Dress for Less Stress at Work

Anyone who's ever watched TLC has probably both laughed and cringed, and finally applauded, at the work of fashion gurus Stacy London and Clinton Kelly on the cable network's long-running reality hit, "What Not to Wear.' Together they've taken hundreds of fashion neophytes and retrofitted them for work, love... Read More »

Dr. Phil Feels Your Pain

Dr. Phil Feels Your Pain

"You've done nothing wrong!" That's one of the most important messages Dr. Phil McGraw wants to send you as you try to recover from these difficult times and try to find work. "The decisions that caused this economic crisis happened at pay grades way above you and me. We're kind of caught up in the flow... Read More »

Donald Trump: How to Hear 'You're Hired!'

Donald Trump: How to Hear 'You're Hired!'

Donald Trump could well be the most famous boss in the world. Not only does he employ thousands, but he also fires hundreds and hires a handful on national television. Each week on NBC's 'The Apprentice,' be it staffed with celebrities or regular folk, he doles out employment information that is heard and... Read More »

Rachael Ray's Recipe for Career Success

Rachael Ray's Recipe for Career Success

You could say that Rachael Ray is an accidental multi-media star. She readily admits to having stumbled upon her superstar status. "I never wanted to be on food television or daytime television," she confesses. "I never thought I'd author a cookbook. I just knew that I wanted to work in food, and the rest of... Read More »

Suze Orman Helps You Earn More and Keep It

Suze Orman Helps You Earn More and Keep It

Suze Orman hasn't always been a personal finance guru. Her father, a Russian immigrant, owned a deli on the South Side of Chicago and when she was older, she moved to Berkeley, Calif., and became a waitress. When she was able to borrow enough to start her own restaurant, she lost all her money in about four... Read More »

White House Economist Austan Goolsbee Predicts Growth in 2011

White House Economist Austan Goolsbee Predicts Growth in 2011

With 14.5 million Americans jobless and the unemployment rate at 9.4 percent, President Barack Obama delivers his second State of the Union address on Tuesday and is expected to focus on job creation, American competitiveness and the overall state of the economy. Read More »

Celebrity Coaches Share Their Tips for Success

Celebrity Coaches Share Their Tips for Success

What are the true secrets to success? AOL Jobs turned to the best in their field to find out how they made it to the top. Donald Trump shares tips for getting hired (and NOT fired), Suze Orman advises on the best way to ask for and manage your salary and Rachael Ray provides insights into chasing your dreams... Read More »

Career Coach vs Life Coach: What's the Difference?

Career Coach vs Life Coach: What's the Difference?

As a child whenever you were faced with a personal struggle you turned to an experienced expert to help overcome your fears. On the sports field you turned to a coach for advice, and in the classroom you were guided by teachers. As an adult, you can turn to a life coach or a career coach for help when you hit a... Read More »

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