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Why journaling can boost your career for 2016

Journaling can be a great way to help grow your career by connecting your thoughts with actions. Most changes in life – especially the ones unexpected such as a job loss – can clutter your mind with decisions, and putting your thoughts down on paper can be a big breakthrough. If you find yourself having

Sounds, Odors, and Words at Work

Peter Post looks at how you affect a relationship by the actions you take as you interact with people. Actions can include sounds, odor and words you use.

IS HR the Reason I'm not Getting the Job?

Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to work with HR to get the job you want.

This Horseshoe Company's a Ringer

St. Pierre Manufacturing ? which has made horseshoes for presidents Truman, Bush senior and others ? carries on a nearly century-long family business, making authentic drop-forged shoe and stake kits that are sanctioned by the sport?s governing body, National Horseshoe Pitchers' Association (NHPA).

It might be time to loose five types of self-defeating behavior

Looking ahead gives you encouragement for a fresh start and helps you focus on those things that are important to you. As the year draws to an end it brings a special kind of closure that gives you a rich perspective on things you could change. In reflecting back on your career you might be

20 Funny Job Related Charts and Graphs

A funny collection of job and work-related charts and graphs.

What?s Going On At The Interview Meal?

Peter Post explains that business meals are not about the food but about an opportunity to build relationships and offers six guidelines for building relationships at a business meal.

Scientists sharing the wealth

Researchers at well-resourced labs can give back to those with less, our columnist advises

Making sure that skaters stay sharp on tour

With live entertainment ? sharp ice blades under their feet ? you never know what?s going to happen.

People of the Year: Future of Research’s postdoc activists

This grassroots movement aims to empower early-career scientists and spur reform

Our favorite stories of 2015

As the year draws to a close, here are some Science Careers stories well worth revisiting.

Elsewhere in Science, 18 Dec. 2015

Publisher frees papers … Measuring media buzz … $7 million prize for ocean exploration … NIH’s strategic plan … Working Life

At work, how much should you self-disclose?

Here's how to decide, says Paul Hellman, what to reveal about yourself.

Mentoring beyond borders

Program that pairs students with mentors outside their institution improves trainees’ career outlook

The Top Job Search Articles of 2015

60 job search experts and bloggers’ most popular job search articles posted this year. Photo Credit: JD Hancock I asked the most well-known job search bloggers and experts for their most popular article of 2015, and they responded big-time! The list isn’t ranked in any way. Show More Summary

Turn your seasonal job into a great opportunity

If you have a part-time job for the holidays there can be great ways to build relationships and open doors. However, as the New Year approaches, you might be thinking what’s next? Seasonal jobs are great ways to explore the company culture far more than an in-depth interview. You could be working side by side

Beetle horns and book writing

When Douglas Emlen started studying insect weaponry, he never thought that he would become an award-winning book author, but science can take you in unexpected directions.

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