Career Guidance: Advice

Career Guidance: Advice

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By: Michele Dambach
Smile. Breathe. Stay confident. Just be yourself. These are the four key pieces of advice we’ve all heard before going into a job interview. But how do any of these tips help showcase your true personality when nerves kick in?More
By: Susan P. Joyce
60 percent of employers use social networking sites to research job candidates -- up from 52 percent in 2015.More
By: Karyn Mullins
The skills that make these athletes so successful in competition translate to the workplace -- and you need not be a former star in sports to employ similar qualities on the job.More
By: CareerCast.com
Envision this scenario: You are interviewing for a position you really want. The repartee between the interviewer(s) and you has gone great. You are uniquely qualified, and the job seems good as yours. Then, you hit a wall when asked, "Do you have any questions for us?" For many, they need not envision this scenario. It's one that's played out ... More
By: Karyn Mullins
Making a career change is stressful, especially if you’re jumping into a completely different industry you know little about. However, it’s very common nowadays, especially with the current generation of young professionals. Let’s say you want to get out of your cubicle job and pursue your passion. Your journey needs a destination, so you should first set a specific goal. ... More
By: Kylie Ora Lobell
Your career is one of the most important and fulfilling aspects of your life, and there’s nothing you’d want to do to put it in jeopardy. But you’re struggling with addiction, and you don’t know how you’ll be able to go into treatment without losing everything you’ve worked so hard to earn.More
By: CareerCast.com
Even as the number of jobs available has increased in recent years, one of the most significant concerns about the strength of the American labor market was wage stagnation. Prices increased, as is the norm, but annual median income got stuck in neutral throughout and after the Great Recession -- and in many cases, income fell. From 2009 through 2012, ... More
By: CareerCast.com
It's a January scene most know well: The gym gets so packed with new patrons who made a New Year's Resolution, it's next to impossible to get in a proper workout. While the job market isn't a physical place, the same idea applies in the winter months. Picture sending out your resume after the holidays like trying to squeeze in ... More