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Accepting a higher-paying job offer is an automatic "yes," right? Not exactly — here's why you may want to turn the money down.
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You don't need to be a social butterfly to land a high-paying gig. These lucrative jobs are perfect for ambitious shrinking violets.
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They make lack glamour, but these five careers pay pretty well, actually. Time to get to work on your resume?
Your resume worked, you wowed 'em at the interview, and today's the day. Continue the run by mastering these secrets of first day on the job success.
You got the job, so why're you so nervous? Quell those first-day-of-work jitters by looking sharp and being prepared for what comes next.
The job market can be a vicious one. If you want your resume to get by the filters and stand out from the rest, make it noteworthy.
Don't wait for your employer to close the earnings gap. Know your worth, find your confidence, and spearhead change with a clear ask.
A livable wage is a hot-button issue most can agree on. These six American cities are leading the way to sustainable minimum wages.
Don't just take that job and shove it. Before giving notice, make sure you're prepared for whatever comes next.
Anyone who's been in the job market knows the relief a good offer brings, but is there more to the job than meets the eye? Beware of these bad jobs.
Unless you work for yourself, you answer to a boss — who may be doing more harm to your career than good. Beware these nine toxic bosses!
You need a new job, but you don't want your current boss knowing that! Keep your search quiet and keep your job while you land a better one.
Sure, we all sometimes fantasize about quitting our jobs in a grandiose display of moving on — but these people actually did!
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