If you lost your job, could you afford to get by on unemployment benefits alone? It might be time to beef up that emergency fund.
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Even the best employees make mistakes, and sometimes it's simply because they're trying too hard. Are your good work habits holding you back?
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Right after getting fired or laid off is no time to sit around and mope. Take care of yourself, and then take care of business.
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It seems ironic in this economy, and with a high unemployment rate, that anyone would want advice about getting kicked from a job. But last week a question was posed to me, and it
If you can answer yes to THREE or more of these questions, you may want to think about sprucing up your resume and dry-cleaning your best interview attire.
In honor of the recent end of my employment, I thought I'd find some good tips on how to... well, to end your employment! Here are some of my favorites from around the interwebs:
Arrive late for work. Being on time is for wimps. [more]
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