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The search can be tough, but despite the competition, you can rise to the top of the pile.
Elaine Varelas offers advice as to how to navigate a job search across many roles and industries.
Elaine Varelas, managing partner of Keystone Partners in Boston, has over 20 years experience in career consulting, executive development and coaching. She takes your career questions during a live chat Monday, August 24 at noon.
Even in this day and age, there?s still something fundamental about being out on the water that speaks to us all in a way that?s hard to describe. But for me, it?s a certain sense of tranquility that?s hard to find elsewhere.
When the stresses of work and home hit an all-time high, Marissa turned to the company’s employee assistance program (EAP), a little known and highly underutilized employee benefit designed to help employees deal with personal issues that that can adversely impact their job performance, health and well-being. “My husband and I were strapped for cash
Tenure-track faculty members at Eastern Illinois University have taken a bold and generous step to express solidarity with their adjunct colleagues.
HHMI president steps down … Setting Antarctic research priorities … Bill Nye documentary … New threat to animal researchers … Response to open letter … Working Life
A clear-eyed new book demystifies the tenure-track job market.
A few days ago, a new client came to my office for career management help. According to his story, he has been out of work since January 2015 and indicated that he was at a complete loss as to what...
Your resume has to be eye-catching: Seventy percent of employers will spend less than five minutes reviewing it, according to CareerBuilder. Forty-eight percent spend less than two. Your resume should also reflect reality. This significant detail is catching up with some job seekers, with 56 percent of employers telling CareerBuilder they’ve caught a lie on a
Jeffrey McDonnell explains how publishing papers and giving talks that follow a research theme can help you as you advance in your career.
Katie L. Burke, associate editor at the American Scientist, offers advice about writing for a general audience.
Peter Post answers a reader's question about people who send mistake riddled emails and how to address the problem with them. Post as well points out that proofing emails is best done either by a colleague or after letting the email simmer and then returning to it.
Are there any stray goat hairs on my clothing? That?s the question that Elaine Philbrick needs to ask herself before she goes to a swap broker meeting for her company, Derivative Advisors.
Elaine Varelas provides advice to those uneasy about transferring to a management role.
FDA medical officer Frances Oldham Kelsey averted the tragedy of thalidomide birth defects in the United States.
From non-negotiable salary offers to job interviews in cafes and everything in between.
Carson, an employee of a San Francisco-based, federal agency is outraged by the agency’s new smartphone policy. His department recently provided him with a smartphone that has a GPS feature that cannot be disabled. He’s concerned this feature infringes on his privacy rights. “Do they really expect me to have this feature on at all