Here’s how to set goals that will move your career forward. Setting the right goals can help you create a clear path toward your dream career.
Illness and other emergencies are perfectly valid excuses to call out of work. Taking time off to address things can help you return to work as focused as possible.
A few specific skills and qualities can set you up for success as a freelancer. Learn how to foster qualities like persistence, resilience, flexibility, and more.
Be sure to highlight your successes, research salary and benefits in your industry, and come prepared. Here’s when to ask for a raise and what to say.
You’ve accepted a job offer—congratulations! Here’s what you should do next to set yourself up for success in your new role.
Throughout the decades, this meaning of the term “career management” has evolved. Back say in the sixties and seventies, companies like IBM and Eastman Kodak were flying high and offered-long term employment. But, like Eastman Kodak, those days are past for the vast majority of workers. When it comes to managing our careers, we’re on […]
If you want to work for a large, well-known employer, Susan P. Joyce shares some of the advantages and disadvantages of working for a Fortune 500 employer after having worked for one for more than 10 years.
Recruiter and career coach Allyn Gardner shares how to build and maintain your career accomplishments portfolio, the foundation of job search success.
When you work from home, these 9 tools help you stay well-connected and well-organized.
When you work from home, you can become isolated and your skills can become out-of-date. Mark Anthony Dyson offers 12 ways to increase your skills from home.
Mark Feffer describes how to understand the impact when a job title change to
Moving into freelancing and contracting can be easy to do, but treating this work as your business is the smartest way to be successful.
When you freelance, you are a business which means learning a new way to manage your finances.
This set of keywords is critical to the success of your job search and career, essential for personal online reputation management.
Often personal crises, like caring for an elderly parent, eliminates having a job. Afterwards, job hunting can be challenging. Here’s how to recover.
An international relocation is a big move for yourself, your family, and your career. Here’s how to decide if it’s the right move for you.
Meg Guiseppi, Job-Hunt’s Personal Branding Expert, helps you evalutate your personal brand using the 3 C’s test.
How to do personal branding effectively if you are a slash person.
Beverly E. Jones shares how to grow your network by visualizing it as a web of human connections, spreading out from you in a series of five concentric circles.
If you enjoyed working for a former employoer, consider becoming a boomerang employee — being rehired by a former employer. The result can be a great new job, often through an employee referral by a former co-worker.