Monday, October 20, 2014
Inquirer Daily News


Exaggerating the truth or outright lying on resumes isn’t unusual, but that doesn’t mean it’s an effective way to advance your career.
Do your leadership skills generate the results you desire?
A career coach gives tips on the questions a job candidate should ask when it's their turn to ask the employer at the end of an interview.
For 16 years, Dena Adams investigated child abuse cases for Covenant House, a New York City nonprofit.
You're sure you could do the job, but the posting says a bachelor's degree is required and you don't have one.
LOS ANGELES – There's little room for surprises in James Collins' monthly scramble to manage rent, bills, debts and gas.
If you’re considering making a career change (or trying to land your first job), you might be familiar with this scenario: there are open positions you know would be a great fit, but every job requires you to have experience in the field already.
Fragment the economy into ever-more efficient units – freelancers who can start and stop assignments on a moment's notice.
Glad-handing, chit-chatting, networking -- that will be Denis O'Brien's life on steroids starting Wednesday when he becomes the new chairman of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. Sounds like a nightmare for someone who described himself as an introvert by nature during our Leadership Agenda interview published in Monday's Philadelphia Inquirer.
In the 1929 movie, The Cocoanuts, the hotel employees of a mustachioed Groucho Marx chased him from the lobby and up a flight of stairs.
Great news for people who have no idea what they're doing at work: Your cluelessness may be giving you a competitive advantage..
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