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12 Tips for Finding a New Job…Without Losing Your Current One

Use these job tips and career guidance advice to help you look for a new job, while still keeping your current one safe.


12 Ways to Go from Job Search Runner Up to Job Search Winner

You’ll have many experiences on the road to your next job, and rejection will be one of them. Use the 12 job & self improvement tips in this article to turn rejection from a negative to a positive, and those rejection letters will turn into offer letters.


20 Tips for Great Job Interviews

Here’s some important job interview question tips and advice to help you nail that next interview.


9 Career Tips for Engineers

Do you ever take the time to figure out how to advance your career? Engineering opportunities are booming and your skills are in demand.


Behavior Interviewing: It's Not What You Know, It's What You Did

Behavioral interviewing has become a common practice used by many organizations. Here's some basic interview tips to prepare to help you ace your next behavioral interview.


Congratulations! You're Fired

Career advice: how you rebound from a job loss is largely dependent on your mental toughness.


Cover Letters Revisited in a Digital Job Market

In this age of proliferating applicant tracking systems, automated job posting systems, and company career pages, the cover letter seems to be going out of style somehow. If you keep writing them, and one of them gets read (thereby having a positive impact on your candidacy for the job), then the extra effort was more than justified.


Developing a Career Plan: 3 Easy Steps

Developing a career plan will help you focus on what you want to do for a living, and how you can get there. Here are three steps to get started.


Dos and Dont's For Your Interview

You never get a second chance to make a first impression. Cliche, yes. Untrue, no. Review these interview etiquette points before your interview. They may seem obvious, but don’t underestimate their importance.


First Impressions Count: Dressing for the Interview

You may have great qualifications and a winning attitude, but show up at the interview in torn jeans and a t-shirt and you’ll likely have a hard time landing the job. Of course, most people have better sense about how to dress for an interview, but career experts say that when it’s a close call, even minor mistakes can tip the scales from “you’re hired” to “we’ll call you.”