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If you think the MTA is rough, they'll be a lot less accommodating during the end times.
When making a drastic career shift, come to peace with the knowledge that all moves may not be in an upward direction. Sometimes lateral or even downward movement is necessary in order to fully gain mastery of a new space.
You finally decided to ask for a raise. You have been doing well in your job and your accomplishments over the past 12 months speak for themselves. So, you gather your labor market data, rehearse your talking points, and set up a time to speak with your manager. Everything seems to be going well, until your boss tells you "sorry, that's not possible right now."
What better way to realize your dream then by testing it out. Having an internship isn't what is going to set you apart. It's what you do with it.
But as tempting as it may be to hole up with a big mug of cocoa and pine-scented candles this December, try not to hibernate all month long. Use the next few weeks wisely -- and get a head start on your job hunt!
Americans think being a politician is scarier than being a mortician or an infectious disease doctor. In fact, there's no job in the U.S. that workers fear more than being an elected official, according to a nationwide survey by CareerBuilder.
You have an opportunity to learn as much about the job, company and your prospective boss during the negotiation phase as you've learned up to this point.
1. Make sure your LinkedIn profile is accurate and complete with a great close-up headshot, skills, highlighted accomplishments
Many companies argue that training for technical skills presents a risk. Why give a new worker a skill they can easily take to a competitor who didn't make the same investment? But actually, empowering employment via training is a driver of retention and productivity gains if done well.
CareerBuilder's website says it "supports the fair and humane treatment of all animals" and the chimps that starred in its
When you work at a startup, you test your edges daily. You have to solve problems that no else has. You have to find that one "big idea" and then you have to get people to believe in it with you. You have to work longer and harder than you ever thought you would or could.
Here are the 10 cities where job growth is happening the fastest: So where are the jobs? And where is the money? A new study
Of course, if any of the people who supplied the following worst sick day excuses were being honest, they may have been better
Younger workers and those in the Northeast are particularly big coffee drinkers. And don’t think those who start their day
Office life has its ups and downs and nowhere is that more evident than the work elevator. A new survey by CareerBuilder