Videos

Career Luck Project: What To Do When You Feel Behind In Your Career
Melissa feels feel that she has fallen behind in her career as a result of a medical condition that delayed her entry into the working world. J.T. O'Donnell advises her on the next steps she should take.

Job Interviews

4 Ways to Ace a Job Interview Shanna Landolt, contributing author of "101 Great Ways to Compete in Today's Job Market," shares how to turn a job interview into an offer.
Top 5 Job Interview Mistakes Jennifer Grasz from CareerBuilder reveals the top five mistakes people make during job interviews and what you should do instead.
How to Avoid Bad Breath on a Job Interview Problems like bad breath can spoil your chances in an important job interview. Take these job interview tips into account to avoid this and other job...
How to Conduct a Job Interview Conduct a job interview professionally with these guidelines.

Resumes

How to Build a Resume That Works If you're one of the millions of Americans scrambling to find a job, or one of the millions afraid of losing the one you have, a perfect resume could...
Posting Homeless Individuals' Resumes On Billboards Is An Effort We Support The Swedish culture magazine Situation Stockholm, which hires homeless individuals to sell the publication, has posted its vendors' resumes on...
5 Most Bizarre Resume Mistakes Making a good impression in a job search starts with a memorable resume, but memorable doesn't always mean hirable. Jennifer Grasz from...
Big Spender: Tweak Your Resume for $20,000 Job growth is steadily improving, but for the 7.6% of Americans without a job, there may be reason to tweak the old resume. For Big Spenders, there's...

Cover Letters

Getting Rid Of The Cover Letter And Résumé New York Magazine's Jesse Singal joins HuffPost Live to discuss why cover letters and résumés need to become a thing of the past,
Good And Bad Ways to Get Noticed in a Cover Letter A cover letter is your first chance to make an impression on an employer. That’s why you want to make sure it’s a good impression. Sure, your resume...
How to Write a Good Cover Letter A cover letter is the first impression you make on an employer. You want to immediately impress the reader so that they want to pick up your résumé...
How to Avoid Writing an Awful Cover Letter Avoid common mistakes that could make your cover letter awful with these writing tips.

Job Search

Tips and Tricks for Online Job Searching Career expert and counselor, Nicole Williams, shows you the tips and tricks of online job searching.
How to Use Job Search Sites Career expert and counselor, Nicole Williams, shows you how to use job search sites.
Turning the Job Search Into Science with Sokanu Sokanu CEO Spencer Thompson demos the newly-launched career discovery site that hopes to strip away bias and make job searching more scientific.
How to Start Your New Job Search President and CEO of Job.com Brian Alden discusses how to start a new job search.

Salary Negotiation

Why Discussing Salary In The Workplace Could Negatively Impact Your Career Over half of U.S. employees say they are either explicitly prohibited or strongly discouraged from discussing their salary with coworkers. Is this...
How to Evaluate a Charity for Donation: CEO Salary Lindsey Struck from Charity Navigator shares ways to evaluate a CEO's pay at charities.
Liberal Arts Salaries Are a Marathon, Not a Sprint It's no secret that recent graduates with degrees in the liberal arts are out-earned by most of their classmates. But in the long run, they catch up...
Doubling McDonald's Salaries Would Cause Your Big Mac to Cost 68 Cents More Doubling the salaries and benefits of all McDonald's employees would cause the price of a Big Mac to increase just 68 cents, from $3.99 to $4.67,...

Career Advice

Career Luck Project: What To Do When You Feel Behind In Your Career Melissa feels feel that she has fallen behind in her career as a result of a medical condition that delayed her entry into the working world. J.T....
Career Luck Project: Career Disappointments Paralyzing You? When you've had a couple of career hiccups, what's the cure? Learn how to finally get your career on track and feel confident in your ability to get...
My Career No Longer Exists Changes in technology and consumer needs can sometimes drive companies out of business. We speak with people pushed out of their careers about what...
Geoff Hamm on the Importance of Family Support in a Tech Career In Chapter 15 of 20 in his 2014 Capture Your Flag interview, mobile business executive Geoff Hamm answers "Where Has Your Family Been Most Supportive...

What It's Like

What It's Like To... Work In Fine Dining The beverage director of Momofuku sits down with AOL Jobs to discuss wine and working in the upscale world of the restaurant industry.
What It's Like To Be... A Walmart Greeter There's much more to being a Walmart greeter than being the first and last associate a person sees during their shopping experience.
What It's Like To Be... A Yoga Instructor AOL's "What It's Like" series continues with Bikram Yoga instructor Tricia Donegan.
What It's Like To Be... A Spin Instructor SoulCycle instructor Stevie Santangelo tells AOL Jobs what it's like to be a spin cycle teacher.

Lunchtime Live

Lunchtime Live: Let's Talk FlexTime Flextime is becoming less of a benefit and more of a necessity for companies to compete in an increasingly interconnected world, says Carol Evans,...
Lunchtime Live: What You Need To Know About Careers Of The Future From robots to obsolete careers, AOL Jobs editors and writers discuss the transformation of work and the future of the American workforce.
Lunchtime Live: Does Everyone Need to Be a Salesperson in This Economy? Says author Dan Pink: "We're persuading, convincing and influencing others to give up something they've got in exchange for what we've got."