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Job Interviews: 5 Ways To Leave A Good Impression

Job Interviews: 5 Ways To Leave A Good Impression

By Amy Levin-Epstein, CBS MoneyWatch There are few things that feel better than walking out of a job interview you think you've nailed. But just because you've answered the last question doesn't mean the evaluation process is over. From the time you stand up, to the time you get into the elevator, leave the... Read More »

Turn The Tables On A Bad Performance Review

Turn The Tables On A Bad Performance Review

By Robert Half International A negative performance review can feel devastating, but it may not be quite the setback it seems. If you're ready for this feedback, it's entirely possible to use it to your long-term advantage. Here are seven tips for not letting a negative performance review take the wind out... Read More »

Rules for Unemployment

Rules for Unemployment

Surely the hardest part about being unemployed or underemployed is managing your constrained finances-fretting over making the rent or mortgage payments and scraping together health insurance premiums. But waking up and dealing with the empty day stretching before you can be an unexpectedly difficult challenge... Read More »

Here's to 2010, the Year of the Job

Here's to 2010, the Year of the Job

It's a brand new year-even a new decade-and I for one am happy to be over and out with 2009. Not that I had anything personal against the year, but it seemed to have a few things against me. What happened? Well, in late 2008 the magazine I worked at folded. As luck would have it I quickly found a new job,... Read More »

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