Monster poll: Most say they never call in sick to avoid work

Monster poll: Most say they never call in sick to avoid work

One could say never calling in sick to work when you’re not sick is honest, but the fact that its rarely done could point to a different work-based trend entirely.

Taking your bike to work? Consider these steps

Taking your bike to work? Consider these steps

May is Bike to Work Month and a great time to consider whether biking to work is right for you.

Creating content for your cover letter

Creating content for your cover letter

Many applicants do not include cover letters when applying for a position. Don’t make this mistake.

9 ways to overcome creative burnout

9 ways to overcome creative burnout

We have all experienced it: That disconcerting moment when you sit down at your desk and you’re overcome by an uncertain, disorienting fog.

For graduates, finding balance between personal and professional is the challenge

For graduates, finding balance between personal and professional is the challenge

In her new book, “Lean In for Graduates,” a reproduction of the original book with added chapters, voices and advice for college graduates, Sheryl Sandberg is spreading her original message to the American workforce’s newest class.


Career Management

Taking your bike to work? Consider these steps

Taking your bike to work? Consider these steps

May is Bike to Work Month and a great time to consider whether biking to work is right for you.

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Job Search Advice

How to get a great job with terrible grades

How to get a great job with terrible grades

Graduation day is fast approaching, and all those promises you made yourself about boosting your grades haven’t been fulfilled. As you prepare your post-graduation job search, you might find your GPA is a liability.

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Networking

8 common networking faux pas to avoid

8 common networking faux pas to avoid

Networking gets a bad rap. But, as with so many things, it’s usually just the bad apples who spoil it for everyone else.

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Cool Jobs

Bet your office looks a little different than these offices

When you hear the phrase, “just another day at the office,” do you envision cubicles, glass windows, a reception area and a cafeteria? For many, the office is a very different space — whether it’s 30,000-feet up, 100 feet down, or the open road. Wish your office looked more like the one below? Find similar [...]

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Monster poll: Most say they never call in sick to avoid work

Monster poll: Most say they never call in sick to avoid work

One could say never calling in sick to work when you’re not sick is honest, but the fact that its rarely done could point to a different work-based trend entirely.

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Taking your bike to work? Consider these steps

Taking your bike to work? Consider these steps

May is Bike to Work Month and a great time to consider whether biking to work is right for you.

read more

Creating content for your cover letter

Creating content for your cover letter

Many applicants do not include cover letters when applying for a position. Don’t make this mistake.

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9 ways to overcome creative burnout

9 ways to overcome creative burnout

We have all experienced it: That disconcerting moment when you sit down at your desk and you’re overcome by an uncertain, disorienting fog.

read more

For graduates, finding balance between personal and professional is the challenge

For graduates, finding balance between personal and professional is the challenge

In her new book, “Lean In for Graduates,” a reproduction of the original book with added chapters, voices and advice for college graduates, Sheryl Sandberg is spreading her original message to the American workforce’s newest class.

read more

Most find interviewing is the hardest part about changing jobs

Most find interviewing is the hardest part about changing jobs

Finding a new job can be daunting, but what specifically do job seekers feel stands in their way?

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9 misconceptions about starting your own business

9 misconceptions about starting your own business

Question: What is your favorite lie that you’ve heard about starting your own business?

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8 common networking faux pas to avoid

8 common networking faux pas to avoid

Networking gets a bad rap. But, as with so many things, it’s usually just the bad apples who spoil it for everyone else.

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Should you talk to your boss or HR if you’re overstressed at work?

Should you talk to your boss or HR if you’re overstressed at work?

Feeling some stress is a normal part of having a job, but regularly feeling overwhelmed and anxious isn’t.

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Your next job is probably at a small business

Your next job is probably at a small business

There are 28 million small businesses in the United States. These businesses — with flags planted in every industry from automotive to app making — provide two out of the every three jobs nationally, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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