Judy Shen-Filerman, CEO of Dreambridge Partners, takes your career-related questions during a live chat Wednesday at noon.
Proper fleet upkeep is crucial for safe and reliable transit service, and even private operators like Paul Revere Transportation ? which is also contracted by Massport and other state agencies ? have been keeping a close eye on vehicles.
A conference sponsored by the University of Michigan attracts hundreds to discuss biomedical training reform.
Bay Area companies are keeping their employees content. San Francisco workers have the highest job satisfaction rating in the country, according to a recent report from Glassdoor. The metropolitan area came in second for hiring opportunity, with 94,933 active job openings posted to Glassdoor. There’s also one place where we lose points: cost of living. With a
Read through your current resume with an objective eye - what story does it tell? Here are some of the stories I've seen in people's resumes: - I had a lot of authority in my jobs before 2005 but since...
My adviser doesn’t let his postdocs work on independent projects. What should I do?
Pattie Hunt Sinacole, a human resources expert with consulting firm First Beacon Group in Hopkinton, takes your career-related questions live on Monday, May 18.
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To sharpen your brain, says Paul Hellman, move more, sit less.
Emily Nicholson received a tenured position after taking time off to raise her kids. Here's how she did it.
Many employees work in a fiefdom ruled by the all-mighty time clock. They abhor it for the inconvenience of clocking in and out. Others hate it because it makes it difficult for them to fudge, although they inevitably find ways around it. If we are really honest, we’ve all done it. You get to work, clock
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Networking activities are often cast aside until you actually need to start networking and by then the discomfort in reaching out to people has grown into a necessity rather than a desire of “wanting to stay in contact.” The pressure to network can feel awkward and unnatural especially when you are thinking about quitting networking […]
Peter Post reviews the five guidelines every job applicant should know before going for a job interview.
Time for growth. Last October, you voted for your favorite new JobMob logo once and then again a few weeks later. But that wasn't only about a fresh logo; it was about being time for JobMob to evolve and take a big step forward. That...Show More Summary
Report of survey results highlights challenges to graduate student well-being
In an unassuming industrial building in Randolph, high-quality ?RE?-insignia sunglasses are produced in an exacting assembly line that includes 200 different processes
Elaine Varelas consults with Seyfarth Shaw attorneys on how to lawfully address retirement in the workplace.
Last week we looked at companies that let employees catch up on sleep at work. Here, we’ll find out what it’s like to actually live there. Mitchell recently graduated from U.C. Hastings College of Law. Just one week after taking the bar exam, he was offered a job working as public defender in Silicon Valley. He