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Want to Work From Home? Discover 15 States With the Most Remote Jobs

Working remotely is a dream that’s become a reality for an increasing number of employees. In 2016, 43 percent of American employees...

How to Ask for a Referral Without Embarrassing Yourself

The most awkward networking attempt I’ve ever witnessed happened in my senior year of college. A former executive at NBC who had…

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6 Things You Must Do Before Graduation

You’re a soon-to-be college graduate, and you’re so consumed with, you know, graduating, that perhaps you haven’t realized you need to plan…

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8 Expert-Approved Tips for How to Find a Job Today

The job hunt: it’s something we all go through in our lives, yet there’s still a surprising amount of mystery around it….

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6 of the Most Captivating Cover Letter Openers (& Why They Work)

Let’s cut straight to the chase: most cover letters are bad. In fact, Dawn Rasmussen, certified resume writer and president of Pathfinder…

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How to Land an Informational Interview

Many people see informational interviews as tricky. What are they for, really? They’re definitely for gathering information about a certain industry, job…

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10 Dos & Don’ts of Salary Negotiation

Should I tell them my salary range? Do I want too much? Am I undervalued? Will the recruiter try to lowball me?…

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Use This Customizable Sales Cover Letter Template to Win the Job

Writing a strong cover letter definitely increases the likelihood your sales job application will get a response. First, it tells the hiring…

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Quiz: Where Should You Move For Your Next Job?

There are plenty of up-and-coming cities for professionals on the move. Take our quiz to figure out which city is right for…

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8 Ways Getting a Job Has Changed In The Last Decade

The job market is perpetually evolving, which means if you’ve been happily employed for the past decade, it’s safe to say that…

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5 Questions to Ask When You Start a New Job

Starting a new job can be an exciting, but nerve-wracking, experience. After all, there’s so much information to take in, different coworkers to meet…

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Plan B, C and D: How to Pivot in Your Career

First things first. I take pivot’s definition from the business of startups, where it means shifting from business model to business model…

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How Long A Meeting Should Really Be, According to a Communications Expert

When was the last time you walked out of a meeting feeling energized, excited, motivated, clear-headed? Exactly. Those meetings are rare. At…

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