Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Inquirer Daily News


When you’re invited to a job interview, one wrong move can blow your chances.
Myth #1: Employers are only looking to see if your resume is accurate
PowerPoint presentations have become so ubiquitous and boring that some companies impose limits on the number of slides employees can use.
Employers say they will hire 8.6 percent more graduates from the college class of 2014 than they did from the class of 2013, according to a survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers based in Bethlehem.
In many ways, Anne Winkler-Morey loves being a professor. It's the job she always wanted, teaching history at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minn.
I'm on record as being opposed to thinking.
Allison Sokol, CEO of Specific Beauty, needs to be a risk taker.
Thinking about whether to enter the family business?
After hearing heightened desperation from several long-term job hunters last week, I'm compelled to reissue two long-standing warnings:
Eight-hour work days may seem like a thing of the past thanks to smart phones providing us the ability to always be “on,” but in France, they’re reinventing the typical work day.
QUESTION: My son is a college student and is questioning the direction he is going with his studies.
A new analysis finds women's employment during economic recessions is more resilient than men's.
As if unemployment wasn’t stressful enough, job seekers out of work are also facing discrimination.
It takes a little something extra to be a manager, and not everybody has it.
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