So, what exactly can you get your boss for Christmas that will impress them without going overboard? No matter what type of boss you’re shopping for, we’ve got you covered.
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Deception is out there even more than we realize—in fact, each of us is lied to up to 200 times per day. So how do you sniff out the difference between fact and falsehood? In this fascinating video, Pamela Meyer shows us the proven ways to expose a liar.
It’s great to find new ways to demonstrate your skills. But are you running yourself ragged?
Being happy at the office is important not only for our mental well-being, but for our work environment (and the bottom line, too!). Check out all the stats on happiness at work, plus take a look at the careers that seem to have the best handle on happiness.
What you say about your brand or company is important, but how you say it is even more crucial. Here’s how to find that voice.
You spill your coffee, lose your keys, miss a big meeting, and get yelled at by your client—all before lunch. Is there any way to turn this day around?
While you might think that having 3-day weekends every weekend or fewer work hours in a day will make you happier, the truth is sharing spare time as others.
When making a career change, your cover letter is your biggest asset. Use these tips and example cover letters to write one that clearly shows the hiring manager why you’re perfect for the job.
Wondering what you should do with your life? This simple formula breaks it down.
Wait! Stop! Next time you want to address your next cover letter to “To Whom It May Concern,” don’t! Use one of these alternatives instead.
Innovation. It’s everywhere these days, but what does it really mean? We explain.
Here are four different reasons you’re lacking motivation in your job search, as well as how to inspire yourself to actually get started.
Oprah threw out some serious wisdom to the 2018 class at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism’s recent commencement ceremony. Here’s her number one tip for graduates—and everyone else, too—for having a successful career (not quite unlike her own)._x000D_
Who knew 140 characters could be so darn informative?
Even though it’s our job to dole out career and job search advice every day, The Daily Muse team has made some workplace blunders of our own. And today, we’re sharing them, so you can learn from (and laugh at) our mistakes.
Anna Post (yes, the great-great-granddaughter of Emily Post) is pretty much the final word on all things etiquette. So we sat down with her and picked her brain on a few sticky job search situations.
You can now check out careers and open jobs at Rover.
There are so many ways to make your phone less distracting at work, like putting it away or turning it off. But if it stresses you out not to respond right away to text messages coming in during the day, you can set an autoresponder to inform any sender that you’re at work, not angry or dead.
You really can have success where you already are.
Before you send that “perfect” cold networking email, you might want to take this one extra step to ensure you get a (positive) response.