When you’re feeling battered by hours of job searching, multiple rounds of interviews, and troubling news about the job market, it can be hard to stay positive. This professional has been in this boat, too, and she shares her tips for hanging in there.
Lauren C. Anderson learned early on that being tough doesn’t mean you can’t also be compassionate. “I think that to be a good human being you need to have both,” she says. If she could do it while she was arresting people and putting them in jail, you can do it when you go to work in the morning.
Have big dreams of spending your life in the newsroom? We talked to three women who’ve created successful careers in the publishing world about what it takes to break into this wildly competitive field.
Starting a new job is scary, but it’s all about how you handle it. This video shows how one employee started his new job on the right foot with the help of similar experiences.
Having a daily nighttime routine’s just as important as having a solid morning routine in place because it reduces stress and helps you sleep better.
Following up with someone you’ve met is key to maintaining that connection. But rather than sending a boring email, send one that grabs people’s attention.
Study up on this vocabulary list, and you’ll be conversing (or confusing) like a true management consultant in no time!
The secret sauce to career success? Being remembered by your boss, co-workers, and employees—the right way.
Check out this visual guide to what the world’s best managers have in common—and how you can step up your own management game.
You’ll never dread coming into work again.
No matter what the news (or their personality).
Reporting to a boss who’s in over her head isn’t easy. But you can help—if you can recognize the signs. Here are a few hints your manager may be overwhelmed and what you can do to help you both stay afloat.
Check out jobs at the companies with the best perks.
Sharing your ideas is one of the best ways to build your personal brand. So, get noticed by writing a thought leadership article on LinkedIn.
Have trouble prioritizing your assignments? This will help.
As long as you have a smartphone, you can manage your side hustle wherever you are. Check out these tips, tricks, and apps that make it a whole lot easier.
Here’s a simple rule for effectively using this advice in your career.
Your big promotion should be followed up with these three steps.
Don’t have a new job lined up after college graduation? That’s OK, you can still find a way to talk about your future plans with your network.
The rest of your workday may be super stressful, but that doesn’t mean your morning has to be.