For the author of a book titled Get the Job You Want, Even When No One's Hiring, career coach Ford R. Myers says something that's more than a little counterintuitive: "The best way to find a job is never to look for a job."
A workshop this week will help recent college grads and their parents learn strategies for building a professional network to find leads for that first job.
Working in a foreign country requires more than a passport. Get all the facts before falling for the fantasy.
There's no law against workplace romance- but maybe there should be.
Nonverbal signals, whether they are as imposing as a piano or as subtle as a raised eyebrow, often mean more than the words people say.
Working out of your home doesn't mean you can't still keep up a level of professionalism.
Here's how to get your five-day week on track.
When an economic slowdown looms, when the economy sheds 17,000 jobs instead of creating them, as it did in January, when the number of people who filed initial unemployment claims last week rivaled the number who filed after Hurricane Katrina, it's all about your network.
Ellen Fisher has a well-practiced pick-up line:
"How many of you go to meetings like this, and you pick up all these cards, and you forget where you put them?"
NEW YORK - A resume and a brief job interview can't answer the question that matters most to a new hire's co-workers: Is this person an absolute pain?
OK, let’s be honest. Getting fired isn’t exactly the best thing that could happen to you and your career, but it happens to the best of us. The good news is you can take the sting out being let go by exiting with dignity and grace.
Medical-surgical nurses are far and away an essential part of health care.