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Best Cities For Veterans To Live And Work

Best Cities For Veterans To Live And Work

For most active-duty military personnel, where to call home is a decision largely left up to their branch of service. Though troops' desires about where they'd like to be based are taken into account, the needs of the mission are paramount in determining where military employees are based. When they decide... Read More »

Top 10 Most Unfortunate Jobs [Video]

Top 10 Most Unfortunate Jobs [Video]

No job is perfect, but there's no question that some are worse than others. The next time you're hating on yours because the boss sent you a snarky e-mail, or you didn't get the raise you asked for, take comfort in the fact that it doesn't involve cleaning out other people's earwax or handling animal dung... Read More »

Top 10 Ways to Catch the Flu at Work

Top 10 Ways to Catch the Flu at Work

It's that time of year when simply hearing a co-worker sneeze can be enough to send waves of dread passing through the office as everyone braces themselves for another bout with the seasonal flu. The flu comes around every year, and although who gets sick and who doesn't often seems random, there are certain... Read More »

10 Ways to Score That Job Offer

10 Ways to Score That Job Offer

You don't want just a nibble or an interview -- you want an actual job offer! Get your foot in the door and kick it wide open with these expert tips: Read More »

Bad Day at Work? 10 Tips to Help You Make It Through

Bad Day at Work? 10 Tips to Help You Make It Through

Work is stressful. There are deadlines to meet, bosses to please, customers to help, and it can feel like people are pulling you from every direction. Before you have a Steven Slater meltdown and pull the emergency chute -- whatever it may be at your workplace -- take time to reflect and find ways to survive... Read More »

Top 10 Places to Work in the Federal Government

Top 10 Places to Work in the Federal Government

The Partnership for Public Service and American University's Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation recently released their 5th annual Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings. 263,000 employees across 290 federal organizations were surveyed to determine employee satisfaction and... Read More »

Can't Get a Job? 10 Best States to Look

Can't Get a Job? 10 Best States to Look

If you find that you can't get a job where you currently live, you might want to widen your job search to states that offer more employment opportunities. But, which? Juju.com recently released their Job Search Difficulty Index for U.S. States, which measures the difficulty of finding employment in each state... Read More »

How to Quit Your Job: 10 Overly Dramatic Resignations

How to Quit Your Job: 10 Overly Dramatic Resignations

Jenny, we got your number: You're a fake! As the story of "Jenny" an administrative assistant whose sexist boss had plucked the final straw and forced her to quit her job in a most spectacular fashion by posting a series of photos with messages she'd written on a dry-erase board and uploading them to... Read More »

10 Common-Sense Interview Tips Too Many People Flub

10 Common-Sense Interview Tips Too Many People Flub

When we refer to something as being "common sense," we usually mean that it is something we think everyone should know. Often, though, it turns out that what may seem like common sense to one person isn't always so to someone else. For example: Veterinarians spend their days around animals, so they might... Read More »

10 Ways to Brighten Up Your Office Workstation

10 Ways to Brighten Up Your Office Workstation

The best way to increase your productivity during the day is to make some changes to your workstation. Brightening up your workstation can give you the extra boost you need to get started on a new project or assignment. Since your workstation is a small space, it only takes a few steps to making it feel like... Read More »

St. Louis, Mo., Tops 10 Toughest Cities to Find a Job

St. Louis, Mo., Tops 10 Toughest Cities to Find a Job

If you're living in St. Louis, Mo., Detroit or Miami, you might want to consider moving to Washington, D.C., San Jose, Calif., or, believe it or not, New York City. That's because the first cities mentioned have the fewest job openings per unemployed worker, and the latter have the most, according to research... Read More »

What Not to Wear: 10 Job Interview Clothing Faux Pas

What Not to Wear: 10 Job Interview Clothing Faux Pas

First impressions are everything, and at a job interview with other applicants, sometimes they're all you have. A good first impression can set you apart from the crowd, while a bad impression can send your résumé straight into the trash can. One of the best ways to ensure you nail that job... Read More »

10 Top Paying Jobs in Aviation

10 Top Paying Jobs in Aviation

The airline industry has been going through a rough transition for years now. From buttoned-down security to sky-high gas prices, it's been a bumpy ride. Still, the fact remains that people want to travel and there are plenty of jobs available at airlines, airports, airplane companies and security organizations... Read More »

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