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Peter Post examines the mistake made when two colleagues take part in a confidential conversation while in a public setting.
People who are agreeable are generally pleasant to work with and tend to score high marks in displaying a positive attitude. In a workplace full of competition, it can be refreshing to be around those who are easy to get along with, minus the drama of conflict. From a career point of view, being agreeable is a
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A Syrian computer scientist describes her professional life before the war and her efforts to rebuild her career and a future for her family in Europe.
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The narrow job search is the one you want. The classic way of looking at job search is to say that it's a "numbers game", where if you send your resume to enough companies, you'll eventually find an employer who will hire you. Also called...Show More Summary
Are you in the market for a job? If so, now is the perfect time to land one, according to results from a recent Gallup Poll. Forty-five percent of Americans are feeling optimistic about the U.S. job market and feel it’s a good time to find a quality job. Marissa Lane, a marketing and communications professional residing
Rachel Yoho describes how participating in school science fairs helped her find her path into a research career.
Peter Post explains why business cards are important and how they should be prepared and presented to make a strong positive impression.
Picture your workday starting out with a walk from your breakfast table to your office, with the commute being a couple of minutes. The notion of working from home and saying goodbye to office politics with the feeling that everyone else is in charge of your career can be a dream come true or your