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Executive Position Where Women Are Most Appealing

Executive Position Where Women Are Most Appealing

Every once in a while a little light shines through that glass ceiling and makes you feel we're actually progressing toward equal pay for equal work. There's now at least one executive position that women have a better chance of obtaining than men, and it has nothing to do with gender-specific products. A... Read More »

What Nobody Will Tell You About Being a Manager

What Nobody Will Tell You About Being a Manager

By Beth Braccio Hering, Special to CareerBuilder Think being the one in charge is all about delegating unwanted tasks and getting a cool office? Before yearning for a higher title, keep in mind these things that also go hand-in-hand with increased responsibilities. Read More »

25 Jobs in Demand Right Now

25 Jobs in Demand Right Now

By Reader's Digest Although the job market is still sluggish, there are plenty of new and exciting careers for individuals looking to switch jobs or put their skills toward something new. Check out 5 exciting jobs that are in high demand right now. Read More »

Ten Jobs for Extroverts

Ten Jobs for Extroverts

By Alina Dizik, Special to CareerBuilder When it comes to finding work, most extroverts are eager to land a job that doesn't actually feel like one. To find the perfect fit, think about the job qualities that are most important to you. Whether it's a collegial working environment, teamwork possibilities or... Read More »

Ron Swanson's Guide to Management and Meat

Ron Swanson's Guide to Management and Meat

When Emmy nominations are announced on July 8, many expect NBC's Nick Offerman to be in the mix for the first time. The character he plays on the sitcom "Parks and Recreation," Ron Swanson, has become a breakout star of the show, now in its third season. As the head of the fictional town of Pawnee,... Read More »

Eight Occupations Boom as On-Line Job Openings Increase

Eight Occupations Boom as On-Line Job Openings Increase

Unemployment numbers may have gone up in May, but at least there's some good news from the job front: Online advertised vacancies were up 148,800 in May to 4,471,200, with thousands of new openings listed in eight occupations including sales, office and administrative support. According to the latest... Read More »

Ten Jobs That Pay $80,000 Per Year

Ten Jobs That Pay $80,000 Per Year

What do Lauren Bush's engagement ring, and the Icon CJ3B Army Jeep have in common? They're two of the things you can buy with $80,000. And while most working stiffs can only dream of plunking down that kind of cash -- the median family income in the U.S. brings in only around $50,000 according to the Bureau of... Read More »

Where Women Work: 20 Most Common Occupations

Where Women Work: 20 Most Common Occupations

You've Come a Long Way Baby... Or Have You? Think back to the most common jobs that women held in your mom's day, and if that's not far enough back, think about your grandmother. Do secretaries, nurses, teachers and retail sales clerks come to mind? Now think about the most common jobs for women today:... Read More »

Job Burnout: Signs You Need a Change

Job Burnout: Signs You Need a Change

CareerBuilder.com There comes a time in every professional's career when it is best to make a change. Being able to recognize burnout and know when to leave a company can keep you from finding yourself at a dead end later in your career. But how do you know when it's time to move on? The following quiz,... Read More »

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