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Career Guidance

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By: CareerCast.com
In the 1980s backdrop of Stranger Things, the economic landscape is shifting. Things have not changed in the last three decades.
By: CareerCast.com
Surely, you are well acquainted with the tales of job applicants missing out on opportunities because of inappropriate social media presences — or, worse, employees whose social media cost them their jobs. But the use of social media is a two-way street as far as employees, prospective employees, and employers. For job seekers in particular, an organization and its management's ...
By: CareerCast.com
A new report from XpertHR explains the differences in managing generations with typically widely divergent views on employee-employer dynamics.
By: Beth Zoller, JD, Legal Editor, XpertHR
A good job description not only identifies the key components, qualifications and essential job functions, but it also provides an idea of the job duties and responsibilities that the individual in the position will be asked to perform each day. However, if an employer is not careful it may run into trouble
By: CareerCast.com
CareerCast.com presented its readers with a survey, in conjunction with the annual Jobs Rated report, asking what quality made a job most desirable. At a time when wage stagnation is a common concern, and upwards of 75% in the American workforce feel stressed out, respondents' most common answer for what constitutes a great job was personal fulfillment. Now, this concept ...
By: CareerCast.com
OK, so the concept of the New Year's Resolution might feel cliche. 2019 has just begun, and already reminders surface that the millions of Americans who set resolutions fail to meet them . It's true that a resolution set on January 1 rarely lasts until December 31. In 2017, Business Insider reported that approximately 80 percent of all New Year's ...
By: CareerCast.com
As 2018 draws to a close, the employment landscape that in 2012 began its climb back from recession depths reached a new milestone of just 3.7% unemployment. That's about half the number of unemployed 10 years ago when the recession began, and well below the high of 10 percent in October 2009. CareerCast.com takes a look back at the year ...
By: Mike Monroe
Public speaking is one of the most common phobias, even among those in lines of work that require it. Don't let the thought of public speaking keep you from succeeding: Follow these five tips.