employment

10 Secrets of Long-Distance Job Hunting

Ready to get out of Dodge but need to have a job before you go? Follow this guide and land a new gig in a new city before you've said goodbye to the old one.

10 Difficult Jobs That Are Worth the Effort

The hours are long, the work is hard, and in some cases, the pay is low. Find out why these demanding jobs are worth your while.

10 Hard Truths About Getting Hired That You Don't Want to Believe

Want to get the job? All you need to do is make sure you're a good-looking, six-foot tall man who already has a job. Learn more.

Boost Your Career: How to Be Happier and More Likeable at Work

You can get more done and push your career ahead by becoming the charismatic, trustworthy, go-to person who really cares. Here's what to do.

How to Get Work Experience Without Having a Job

If you want a new job but your resume doesn't have an extensive job history to catch an employer's eye, try these alternative ways to gain work experience.

5 Things You Must Learn About the Company Before Your Job Interview

You did something right on your LinkedIn profile and your resume. Now win the interview and get the job by learning these key details about your future employer.

10 Fun Ways to Leave Your Job

Depending on the circumstances, leaving your job may be the best thing that's ever happened, or the worst. Either way, make the most of it!

Best Money Tips: The Career Edition

Today we are focusing on some of the best career related articles from around the web!

5 Ways You May Benefit from the American Jobs Act

Details of the President's latest economic stimulus plan have been released. What's in it for small business?

Best Money Tips: Get The Perfect Freelance Job

Today we found some great articles on getting the perfect freelance job, donating clothes for a tax write off, and tips for getting and nailing a job interview.

Long Hours and Other Employer Demands

You probably know someone who works ridiculously long hours (or maybe you do yourself). But those long hours could be a sign of deeper financial troubles.

Turn Your Passion Into A Living

Finding your dream job or life's work may not be as hard as we all make it out to be if we decide to take action towards this goal.

5 Tips to Acing An Interview

If you're contemplating a new job search, you may be dreading the many interviews that lie ahead...And why wouldn't you? They're grueling. But before you work yourself into a panic

A Society of Fear

Society has been organized to make the wage slave/debt slave trap the default path for almost everyone.

How To Write A Resume: 12 Steps To Your Next Job

Self-promotion is not easy. Whether you're a high six-figure consultant, or earning $10 an hour in retail, you still have to talk about yourself in the right way. And one of the ke

Modern companies as specialized venture capital firms

In the old days, companies actually produced stuff. They invented it, designed it, made it, marketed it, and sold it. Although there are still some companies like that, they'r

Use Holiday Hiring to Get Your Next Job – And Keep it!

Looking for some work? Maybe a part time gig or a fresh start in a new industry? We speak with an expert who tells us what businesses are looking for in their next round of holid

What's an employee to do? Part 1

During the recession of 1990-1991, and the period of very slow growth that followed, it became conventional wisdom that it was wrong to try to retain key employees through a slowdo

The weird logic of economic growth

Ever notice that we have names for a period when the economy isn't growing (recession or depression), but there's no name for when it is growing?  If they call it anything,

Left a job? Do a rollover.

I saw this poster on the window of a store-front brokerage firm office near the grocery store.  Although the firm in question has an obvious self-interest in getting you to consoli