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Applying to a company you love will set you up for a happier career in the long term. Here’s why you should take a company-first approach to your job search (and how to do it right).
They may be dusty and dirty, but used car lots can actually teach you a thing or two about your career. Read on for a few surprising lessons this professional learned while spending her teenage years scrubbing old SUVs.
Coexist recently announced its period leave policy for women, which makes strides in workplace flexibility—but we still have a long way to go.
You can now check out careers and open jobs at The National Aquarium.
There’s a person on LinkedIn for everyone—here are some of our favorite influencers to follow, no matter what kind of advice you need.
Try this simple breathing exercise to feel more energized or peaceful.
Thinking of trading your cubicle for the couch? Here’s the real scoop about working from home: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
There’s tons of information out there on how to get organized, but it’s usually created by neat people. So we asked a messy person to share what’s worked for her.
A case for gender-neutral parenting language in the workplace.
Across-the-board spending cuts (a.k.a., the sequester) could really hurt the economy, and they’re set to kick in—as in, this one. Here’s a quick recap of what you need to know.
If you have an uneven work schedule, there are several things you can do to be less overwhelmed and still do your best work on a daily basis.
This formula will help you nail the answer to the interview question: “Why do you want to work here?”
Here’s how to integrate the latest tech into your every day life.
These are the networking email subject lines that’ll get a stranger to open up your message and respond.
Honesty’s the best policy. And yet, sometimes there are situations at work in which it’s just easier to tell a little white. Here’re the common workplace lies.
“You’re going where?” “Why?” “Isn’t that place dangerous?” These are questions you may get when leaving for an international assignment or trip. But just because a place is hyped as “dangerous,” doesn’t mean you have to avoid it. You just need to go prepared.
Your pantsuit is awesome, but maybe not for the job you want.
We know that your best work doesn’t happen in the office between the hours of 8 and 5—and these companies do, too.
You may look a little funny, but you’ll feel much better.