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How We Did It: 6 Mid-Career Reinventions

One of my journalism professors once asked our class: What is your goal as a reporter? Some wanted to be foreign correspondents. Others wanted to edit magazines. My answer? I want to join the White House press corps and have the president call on...

Ask for Career Advice and Get It

Even capable, career-driven people need a leg up from time to time. Whether it's job advice from a former manager, a couple of industry tips from a colleague, or a pep talk from a friend, feedback and encouragement are crucial stepping stones to...

Should I Not Have Posted That?

How to Manage Your Personal — and Professional — Reputation Online

Stressful Situation at Work? Don’t Sweat It

No matter how much you love your job, stress at work is inevitable. In fact, job pressure is the top cause of stress for Americans, according to a 2013 American Institute of Stress study. But how you handle yourself under pressure or in a bad...

Is an Attitude of Gratitude Holding You Back?

I believe in gratitude. I am deeply grateful for my family, our good health and the fact that, by all accounts, we live an exceptionally privileged life with everything we need — more than we need, in fact. I take nothing for granted: I am...

8 Work Dilemmas You'll Likely Face - and How to Overcome Them

Does this sound familiar? Your office has a hiring freeze and your workload triples. You show up to work one day and your boss has been let go, or your co-worker Melissa has taken credit for all of your hard work again.  As a workplace advice...

How Can I Separate My Work and Social Lives?

I work in a small credit union as a temp with a close friend who has been watching me closely at the office. How do I keep work separate from social? I know she is just trying to help me become permanent, but it can be stressful. — Marie, New...

What Are You Doing to Close the Wage Gap?

It’s Equal Pay Day, yet according to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research most women working today will not reach pay equity in their lifetime. In fact, if the rate of increase continues as it has since 1960 we should reach pay equity in...

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