employment

7 High-Paying Jobs You Can Get Without a Degree
Increasingly, people are learning that a four-year college education doesn’t always pay. You can spend upwards of $100,000 to get some letters after your name and still end up jobless, or in a job that doesn’t pay enough to cover your school loan payments. That’s probably why nearly 70 percent of th…
5 Ways to Telecommute Successfully and Productively
Telecommuting comes with numerous tangible benefits (no more traffic jams, no more dress code, you can pet your dog whenever you want), but it can be a minefield when it comes to staying productive and keeping your manager happy with your job.
The Best Sites to Post Your Resume
Being in the market for a new job means posting your résumé online. This seems like obvious information, but if you haven’t yet posted your résumé anywhere, stop reading this and get it up on the Web as soon as possible. Or, better yet, finish reading this firs…
5 Ways to Turn Down a Job Offer Without Burning a Bridge
You are one of the lucky ones. You’ve done your networking, polished your résumé, honed your interview skills, and you are now deciding between more than one job offer. This is the best news ever. Except, now you have to turn someone down.
Don’t worry. You can do this w…
How to Get Inspired at Your Job Anytime
Feeling gloomy? Maybe a little down in the dumps? Has your job completely sucked away your will to live? Here's a quick pick-me-up that should make you feel better in just under four minutes, and it's so simple. The first thing you have to do is play this video (trust us)...
5 Simple Ways Introverts Can Get Noticed at Work
Experts will tell you that introverts are great leaders, yet it still seems like we live in a world designed to revere extroverts, especially in the workplace. If you know the right steps, and your own value as an introvert, you can make the office a comfortable place for you to grow and succee…

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