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6 Things Every Fired Person Needs to Know About Job Searching (In Addition to the Fact You’re Going to Be OK)
You were fired from your job and it feels rotten, and now you’re stress-Googling your brains out in an effort to figure out how to navigate the job search. Don’t worry, this guide will get you feeling a lot more confident about your next steps.
Asking for a promotion at work can be scary. Instead, do these five things to show your boss you’re ready, so that he or she will approach you.
Having an idea for a new company or start-up is great—but most of the time, you need some cash to get it off the ground. Read on for a first-time founder’s guide to where to look for funding, and which type might be right for you.
“Be the first to arrive in the office and the last to leave” is popular advice. But what if that’s not the best, what if working too hard is hurting you._x000D_
Sometimes we all need a little push to succeed, and one of these tales could give you that extra bump.
The 411 on that part of the office no one talks about.
Whether it’s tweeting or spending too much time at the water cooler, we all have a bad habit we’re trying to kick at work. But instead of getting rid of it, why not turn it into an asset? Read on for creative ways to make your bad habit work to your advantage.
Thirty years ago, Harvard Business School student Joanna Barsh was afraid of being judged by those around her. But today, the author of How Remarkable Women Lead realizes that fear held her back. Read on for advice on why you should face your fears—today.
Changing careers (especially a few times!) can make you feel like an unstable flight risk when applying for new jobs. Here’s a career coach’s advice on how to present yourself as a well-rounded asset to employers—rather than an inconsistent flight risk.
Reference checks don’t always go smoothly. Here’s how the names you hand to the hiring manager could affect your chances of landing a dream job.
Have some vacation time to burn, or a four-month break in between semesters? If you’re pondering what to do with your summer, we’ve got the answer: Get out of town. Better yet, out of the country.
While understanding the lingo isn’t critical for a novice wino, there are some terms that you’ll definitely come across when you’re tasting or describing what you’re drinking. Read on for a quick wine vocab lesson.
You feel like nobody listens to you at work, and—aside from just yelling—you’re unsure of how to get people to actually consider your ideas and input. Here are some tips to make sure your voice is heard and your suggestions are valued in the office.
If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? Plenty of jobs. Need proof? Take a look at these 23 companies that are all amazing places to work—and are all hiring in May. So, go ahead and spring clean that resume of yours and prepare to land an awesome new job.
Working nights and weekends from home is inevitable, but the stress that comes with it doesn’t have to be.
If you’re about to graduate and thinking about your first job, you probably know all of the parent-approved must-haves: good salary, medical benefits, 401(k) matching. But here’s what else you should keep in mind during your first foray into the professional world.
Striking out when you try to sell yourself at networking events? Try helping people instead.
Food is a great way to bring people together—even in the office. So if you’re looking for ways to boost camaraderie in your office, try one of these seven great culinary events.
Three predictions about work in 2027 from WeWork, The Muse, Google, and more._x000D_