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Interview Questions About Trends in Your Profession
How to answer interview questions about trending topics in your profession or industry, plus sample answers.

How to Answer a Question About Your Work Philosophy
How to ace the job interview question about the philosophy that guides your work, and back it up with targeted examples.

Interview Questions About Professional Development
How to answer interview questions about your professional development plan, plus sample answers.

Interview Question: How Did You Impact the Bottom Line?
How to answer interview questions about how you impacted the company's bottom line.

Job Interview Question: What is Your Dream Job?
Tips for answering interview questions about your dream job, what and what not to say, with examples of the best answers.

Interview Question: Are You Successful?
How to answer interview questions about whether or not you are successful and why. This is a common question asked in interviews.

Job Interview Question: What Are Your Hobbies?
How to answer interview questions about your hobbies and what you do in your spare time, with tips for the best way to respond what information to share.

Interview Question: Why Shouldn't I Hire You?
How to answer interview questions about why an employer shouldn't hire you, plus more job interview questions and examples of the best answers.

Interview Questions About When You Can Start Work
How to answer interview questions about when you can start work, the best responses, and tips for what to say when you don't want to start the new job right away.

Job Interview Question: How Do You View Yourself?
How to answer interview questions about how you view yourself and whom you compare yourself to.

Interview Questions About Working for a New Company
How to answer interview questions about how would adjust to working for a new company.

How to Answer Questions About Moving Out of Management
How to answer the interview question

How to Answers Questions About Succeeding in a Job
How to answer interview questions about how your strengths will help you succeed in a job.

What Part of the Job Will be the Least Challenging?
How to answer interview questions about what part of the job will be the least challenging. Show you have skills that will be of value to the company.

Interview Questions About Why Have You Been Out of Work
How to respond to interview questions about how long you have been unemployed, including when you have been fired, laid-off or have been out of the workforce by choice.

What Have You Been Doing Since Your Last Job?
How to respond to interview questions about what you have been doing since your last job when you have been out of the workforce or unemployed.

Answering Interview Questions About Starting a New Job
How to answer interview questions about what you see yourself doing when you start a job, with examples of the best answers.

Job Interview Question: Are You Lucky?
How to answer interview questions about whether or not you are lucky.

Why Are You Interested in a Lower-Level Position?
Are you wanting to transition to a lower-level job and not sure how to explain yourself? Find out how to answer tough interview questions.

What Not to Include in Your Resume
Not sure what you should include on your resume? Here's a list of the information that shouldn't be listed when writing a resume, plus what to include.

Job Interview Question: What Makes You Mad?
How to answer interview questions about what makes you angry.

Interview Questions About Handling Problems
How to answers interview questions about handling problems at your last job, including what to say and examples of the best way to respond.

How to Answer Interview Questions About Termination
How to respond to interview questions about termination from a job.

Interview Question About Where You Are Interviewing
How to respond to the interview question where else are you interviewing: do's, don'ts, and the best way to answer this common interview question.

What To Do if You Can't Answer an Interview Question
Tips and advice for what to say and what to do if you can't answer a job interview question, and how to salvage an interview gone wrong.

Job Interview Questions: Are You Nice?
Tips for and examples of how to answer the interview question: Are you nice?

How to Respond to Interview Questions About Demotions
Tips and advice for answering interview questions about job demotions, how to explain being demoted, and what not to say when you're discussing it.

Tips for Asking Friends and Family for Job Search Help
Tips for asking your friends and family for job search help, with examples of letters and emails to use to request job search or career assistance.

How to Answer Job Interview Questions About Your Resume
How to answer interview questions about your resume, what - and what not - to cover, and tips on the best way to respond when discussing your work history.

Interview Questions About Company Culture Fit
How to answer interview questions about how you fit in with the company culture.

What Part of This Job is the Most Challenging?
Your potential employer's ultimate goal is to assess if the position is a good fit for you -- would it be the most challenging career wise?

Why You Should Keep Your Resume Honest
Tips and advice for how to keep your resume honest and how to quantify your accomplishments and be sure that you know the numbers.

How to Include a Name Change on Your Resume
How to include your name on your resume when it has changed because of marriage, divorce or other reasons, with a resume example showing a name change.

How to Include Your Contact Information on Your Resume
Review information on what to include in the contact section of your resume, how to format it, plus examples of resume contact sections.

Resume Tips for College Students
Resume tips for college students, including how to get your resume right, and how to get your resume read by prospective employers.

How to Explain a Demotion in a Resume and Cover Letter
What should you do with your resume and cover letters when you have been demoted? Here's how to explain a demotion on a resume and in cover letters.

How to Handle a Wrongful Demotion
Information on wrongful demotion, including when a company can demote an employee, employee protections, how to appeal, and how to handle being demoted.

How To Include Part-Time and Temporary Work on a Resume
How to include non-related experience on your resume. Tips for listing volunteer, part-time, temporary, freelance on a resume.

Top 10 Best Customer Service Jobs
Here are 10 of the best jobs in customer service, skills employers look for, where to find job listings, tips for getting hired, and how much you can earn.

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How to Introduce Yourself
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How to Introduce Yourself at a New Job
How to introduce yourself and get off to the right start at new job, formal and informal work introductions, and how to connect with your new co-workers.

5 Famous People Who Were Fired: Thomas Edison
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5 Famous People Who Were Fired: Walt Disney
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5 Famous People Who Were Fired Before Becoming Successful
Some of the world's most successful people lost their jobs before becoming the household names they are today. Here are 5 famous people who were fired.

5 Famous People Who Were Fired Before Becoming Successful
Some of the world's most successful people lost their jobs before becoming the household names they are today. Here are 5 famous people who were fired.

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How to Get Hired for a Seasonal Job
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8 Great Seasonal Jobs and How to Get Hired for Them
Check out these great seasonal jobs including holiday, summer, off-season jobs and how to land one of them.

What to Wear When There's No Dress Code
What do you wear when your workplace or job interview setting has no dress code? Here are our expert tips for getting dressed when there's no dress code.

Expert Tip: Wear what you feel confident in.
Wear what you feel confident in so you can feel your best even in your casual clothing.

Expert Tip: Think classy casual.
Even when there's no dress code, you should still keep it classy.

Expert Tip: Polish your look with easy accessories.
You can dress up a laid-back look with casual accessories, like a scarf, so you look a bit more polished but still feel comfortable.

Expert Tip: Play with prints for a fun but professional look.
Prints, colors and textures can be a good way to add some spark to a laid-back outfit.

Expert Tip: First impressions are still first impressions.
Take the extra step to look polished and professional in a job interview, even if it's in a casual setting.

Expert Tip: Choose a "nice shoe" over a "dress shoe."
When there's no dress code, you don't have to wear dress shoes, but you shouldn't just throw on any old pair of shoes.

Expert Tip: Wear workplace-appropriate workout clothes.
Yes, you can wear workout clothes to work, but make sure you do it right.

Job Interview Outfits for Offices
Here are job interview outfits for a variety of types of jobs and workplaces.

Top 10 Best Websites For Jobs
The top 10 job websites including the best job sites providing job listings, resume posting, career advice, tools and networking.

Top 10 Best Websites For Jobs
The top 10 job websites including the best job sites providing job listings, resume posting, career advice, tools and networking.

Food Stylist
Food stylists generally come from a background in the culinary arts, but most have strong photography skills as well.

10 Cool Jobs in the Food Industry
There's more to the food industry than cooking and serving food. If you want a unique, interesting job working with food, here's how to start.

Restaurant Designer
Restaurant design is a high-pressure, high-dollar field to work in.

Food Industry Job Resources
Food industry job search resources include tips, best sites for jobs and salary information.

Molecular Gastronomist
Molecular gastronomy is extreme cooking for chefs with a brain bent not just to food, but science.

Mycologist
Although most mushroom hunters do it as a hobby, those who are serious about it can make a killing selling their mushrooms to high-end restaurants.

Urban Farmer
If you've always wanted to grow your own food but prefer the city to the countryside, consider a career in urban farming.

Craft Brewer
If you're a die-hard beer fan, monetize your hobby as a small-time brewer.

Farmers Market Manager
Many farmers markets employ vendors, managers, communications specialists, and more.

Food Lawyer
Food law is heating up as attention is turned to the functioning of the food industry, resulting in opportunities for food and agriculture lawyers.

Holistic Health Coach
Holistic health coaches integrate natural therapies in their medicine practice.

Vegan Chef
Passionate, plant-based culinary masters can find work as personal chefs or in vegan restaurants.

Top 10 LGBTQ Jobs
From non-profits to private companies to government agencies, there are many ways to get involved in LGBTQ issues. Here are the top 10 LGBTQ jobs.

Same-Sex Marriage Officiant
More and more states are legalizing gay marriage, increasing the demand for same-sex wedding services.

Adoption Agent
Adoption agents in both private firms and government organizations assist same-sex couples in starting a family.

Gender and Sexuality Therapist
Some psychologists with their own private practices work primarily with gay and transgender patients.

Events Organizer/Promoter
If you're a people person who is business-minded but also loves a good time, event production might be a good field for you.

Civil Rights Lawyer
There is an array of opportunities for civil rights lawyers looking to fight for same-sex marriage, adoption and equal rights.

Communications Specialist
There are opportunities in public relations, marketing, advertising and media strategy at many LGBTQ organizations.

Non-Profit Employee
From data entry to accounting, graphic design to human resources, there are jobs at LGBTQ-advocacy non-profits all around the country.

Queer Studies Professor
If you're a life-long student interested in academia, pursuing an advanced degree in the study of sexuality might be a good option for you.

Youth Counselor
Those with a background in psychology or social work and an interest in helping troubled youth might consider employment at a LGBTQ community center.

LGBTQ
If you're a news junkie who's well-versed in the gay community, you might consider working as a journalist.

Job Search Secret: Give to Receive
Help out others in their job search and you might find an abundance of resources to look to when it's your time to ask for help.

Job Search Secret: Anecdotes = Advantages
Vague statement will fly over your interviewer's head, but catchy and condensed examples of your past successes is the information that will stick.

Job Search Secret: Quality Trumps Quantity
Don't waste hours on hours sending resumes to every job search listing you find online. Narrow your search to positions relevant to you and focus on making sure your application is flawless.

Job Search Secret: Informational Interview to Job Interview
Develop and maintain connections to boost your job search.

Top 10 Secrets for Job Search Success
You need more than a proofread cover letter, perfect resume, and polished shoes to find a job. Here are 10 job search secrets that will help you find a job fast.

Job Search Secret: Optimize Your Online Persona
Your online presence is just as important as your behavior during your initial meeting or interview. Make sure it's a good one.

Jobs in Exotic Locations
If you have a desire to travel but still need to bring in income or at least cover your expenses, there are plenty of ways to do so. Here's how.

Job Search Secret: Practice Makes Interview Perfect
Take an extra hour to practice for your interview and you'll see your performance improve dramatically.

Job Search Secret: Leaving a Last Impression
Sending a thank you note after your interview is a great way to remind the company of your interest and leave a good last impression.

Job Search Secret: Impress With a Portfolio
Stand out from the crowd by going above and beyond the norm during your interview.

Job Search Secret:Personalize to Perfection
A generalized cover letter is a surefire way to get your job application dropped in the reject pile. Instead, write a personalized cover letter and a targeted resume.

Job Search Secret: Capitalize on Connections
Use your personal or professional network to get an

Where Do You Want To Go?
If you have a desire to travel but still need to bring in income or at least cover your expenses, there are plenty of ways to do so. Here's how.

Jobs in Exotic Locations - Australia
From Sydney's beaches to the Great Barrier Reef to the urban sprawl of Melbourne, there a lot of intriguing working opportunities in Australia for Americans.

Jobs in Exotic Locations - Japan
The JET Program offers full-time, paid positions for Americans who want to teach English in Japan.

Jobs in Exotic Locations - New Zealand
With a Working Holiday visa, Americans can hold all types of jobs in New Zealand, as tour guides and teaching assistants, baristas and bartenders, housekeepers and horseback riding instructors.

Jobs in Exotic Locations - Singapore
If you have a desire to travel but still need to bring in income or at least cover your expenses, there are plenty of ways to do so. Here's how.

Jobs in Exotic Locations - Ireland
Americans interested in working in Ireland can apply for a twelve-month Working Holiday visa.

Jobs in Exotic Locations - France
If you have a desire to travel but still need to bring in income or at least cover your expenses, there are plenty of ways to do so. Here's how.

Jobs in Exotic Locations - Spain
If you have a desire to travel but still need to bring in income or at least cover your expenses, there are plenty of ways to do so. Here's how.

Best Jobs for People Who Love to Travel
If you have a desire to travel but still need to bring in income, there are plenty of ways to do so. Here are jobs for people who love to travel.

Jobs in Exotic Locations - Israel
Teachers, journalist, international conflict mitigators, and other individuals have the opportunity to work in Israel through the U.S. Embassy.

Health Communications Specialist
Health communications specialists are responsible for coordinating health-care related public relations and marketing.

Iron Worker
Iron workers install and repair mesh, steel bars, cable and other construction features, and the field is expected to see a 49 percent increase by 2020.

Plumber
Plumbers assemble, maintain and repair plumbing and septic systems. The field is expected grow by 45 percent between 2010-2020.

10 Hot Jobs for Biology Majors
Biology majors' analytic and problem solving skills lend themselves to many career choices. Here's a list of the top 10 jobs for biology majors.

Pharmaceutical / Medical Product Sales Rep
Biology majors interested in sales and marketing should consider a career as a pharmaceutical or medical product sales representative.

Biological Technician
Biological technicians work in laboratories, systematically carrying out various research studies, and calculating and documenting the results.

Attorney
Some biology majors decide to pursue law school, going on to become medical malpractice lawyers, patent lawyers, or assist with the scientific aspects of law, like physical evidence and DNA analysis.

Medical and Health Services Manager
Medical and health services managers are responsible for health care administration, supervising doctors, hiring health care professionals, and overseeing health outcomes and results.

Financial Analyst
Biology majors can use their skills in mathematics, research, and analysis towards a career in financial analysis.

Genetic Counselor
Biology majors who would like to advance in their studies and have an interested in genetics can consider becoming genetic counselors.

Physician's Assistant and Nurse Practitioner
For biology majors looking for a practical application of their studies, a career as a physician's assistant or nurse practitioner is an excellent choice to consider.

Health Educator
Health educators often work in schools or communities, teaching about scientific topics like nutrition, safe sex, substance abuse and stress reduction.

Biochemist
Biochemists combine skills in chemistry, biotechnology and biology, so a biology major is a solid foundation for this career.

Top 10 Fastest Growing Jobs
As the career landscape shifts in the coming years, certain fields can expect to see a boon of job opportunities between 2010-2020.

Meeting, Convention and Event Planner
With an anticipated increase of 44 percent between 2010-2010, event planners are responsible for coordinating and carrying out meetings, conventions and other special events.

Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
Diagnostic medical sonographers perform tests to diagnose and assess illnesses and diseases. The career field is expected to grow by 44 percent between 2010-2020.

Personal Care Aide
Home health care and personal aide jobs are expected to grow by 70 percent between 2010-2020.

Biomedical Engineer
Biomedical engineers design, create and maintain medical tools, and the career field is expected to see a 62 percent growth rate by 2020.

Construction Laborer
As the economy grows and building increases, construction worker jobs are expected to increase by 60 percent between 2010-2020.

Carpenter
The BLS ancticipated a 56 percent growth rate for carpenter job opportunities between 2010-2020.

Veterinary Technologists and Technician
The veterinary technologist field is expected to increase by 52 percent between 2010-2020.

Physical Therapist Assistant
Physical therapist assistants work with physical therapists to help rehabilitate patients. The job is expected to grow by 45 percent between 2010-2020.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: The Polo Shirt
Chances are, you already own most of what you need to dress for an interview.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: Layering
Layering is key to creating a variety of outfits, even if you're working with a small selection of clothing.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: Sweaters
A sweater is a good alternative to wearing a blazer when you're a college student interviewing for a job or internship.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: Dessing Up
When you're a college student or graduate interviewing for a more formal position, choose a blazer or a tie to dress things up.

What to Wear to a Job Interview for College Men
You can probably get away with wearing pajamas to your 8 A.M. class, but that won't fly in a job interview. Here's what to wear to a college job or internship interview for men.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: Denim
If you're a college student you can wear denim to an interview for most jobs, but be smart about it.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: Campus Casual
The average college job interview requires a relaxed business casual look - no suit required.

Top 15 Interesting, Unique and Weird Jobs
From the crazy to the cool, the serious to the silly, there are tons of ways to make money. Here are the top 15 most unique, weird and interesting jobs.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Horticultural Therapist
Horticulture therapy, also called ecopsychology, is the use of plants, and the process of planting, in psychological or physical therapy. Horticultural therapists may use the act gardening as either a treatment strategy for troubled mental patients, or as a physical strengthening tactic for patients in occupational therapy.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Online Reviewer
As a result of the anonymity of the online world, it's possible to post

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Veterinary Acupuncturist
Acupuncture is part of traditional Chinese medicine that involves using needles to stimulate different parts of the body. The needle placement depends on what the aim of the acupuncture is - for example, it can be used to treat chronic pain, fertility issues, allergies, and other syndromes.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Ayurveda Healer
Ayurveda is a type of traditional Indian medicine that is thousands of years old. Ayurveda has since gained popularity in Western cultures and there has been an increase in natural wellness schools in the US.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Bike Courier
Bike couriers, or bike messengers, provide a valuable service in cities where traffic, especially in the central business district, poses a transportation hassle.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Body Painter
Body painters usually work at fairs, festivals or other events that draw large numbers of people. Some specialize in face painting, which is especially popular among families with children.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Color Expert
According to Colorcom, a

Top 15 Unique Jobs - "Fake" Facebooker
Individuals have used websites like Fiverr and Craigslist as a platform to sell (or buy) actions on Facebook. For example, clever computer fiends might create multiple fake accounts that can serve a variety of purposes.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Flavorist
Flavorists are chemists who formulate both natural and artificial flavors. Flavorists often have a PhD in Biochemistry or Chemistry, but many take apprenticeships with flavor companies, known as

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Fragrance Chemist
Fragrance chemists are scientists who specialize in study of odor molecules and how such molecules can be used for perfume. Fragrance chemists may develop and test scents for perfume, soap, lotion and other toiletries.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Hippotherapist
Hippotherapy refers to therapy that uses the natural movement of a horse as part of a patient's treatment plan.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Nail Polish Namer
Any woman who paints her nails has probably wondered where those unique - and sometimes silly - nail polish names comes from. As it turns out, there's no one answer.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Pick-up Artist Instructor
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Top 15 Unique Jobs - Feng Shui Consultant
Feng Shui decorators plan color, lighting, and organization in a room. Feng Shui consultants can be self-taught, but may also have formal certification or training.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: Personal Style
Dressing for a college job interview doesn't have to be boring, if you don't want it to be.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: Modern
It's acceptable to put together a modern look if it better fits your style.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: Wearing Sneakers
Most college job interviews don't require fancy dress shoes.

High School Interview Attire
Polo shirts work for boys, too. Even a

High School Interview Attire
A layered button-down, sweater and khakis is a great option for an interview that might require dressier attire, but not something so formal as a blazer and tie. In fact, this look is a great one to have on hand in the closet, as it's versatile enough that it's appropriate for both casual and formal situations.

High School Interview Attire
Young women can opt for a button-down, too. Paired with a bright accessory to liven it up - like this orange cardigan, for example - the outfit is classic but contemporary. In this case, navy blue pants provide the finishing touch, but the ensemble would also work well with khaki pants or a skirt, too.

High School Interview Attire
Just because high school job interviews tend to be more casual, you don't have to rule out a tie! After all, looking a little dressed up never hurt anyone. A solid button-down and conservative striped tie can be a great a choice for a young man looking to make a good impression. The rolled sleeves make the outfit feel just a bit more casual, rather than stuffy.

What to Wear to a College Job Interview for Men: The "Go-to" Look
If you're a college student who has run out of ideas - or clean clothes - find a button-down and pair it with a nice pair of pants.

Top 15 Unique Jobs - Professional Ethical Hacker
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What to Wear to an Interview for High School Students
When you're a high school student interviewing a job, you need to be well dressed and put together. Here's what to wear for a job interview for HS students.

High School Interview Attire
While high school job interviews generally don't require formal clothing, it's still important for teens to look well-dressed. A short sleeve button-down, such as this one, with a tasteful plaid pattern is a good choice for young boys, as it's a look that appears properly put-together, but still relaxed and laid back. Paired with khakis, it's the perfect for choice a first interview.

High School Interview Attire
A simple button-down is the perfect choice for a high school job interview. Paired with khakis, dark slacks, or maybe even tailored darkish jeans, it's a look that is mature and tasteful, but still comfortable.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: On-Campus Administration
There are tons of offices on campuses - residence life, career services, health services, alumni affairs and they are great places to look for part time jobs.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: University Book Store Employee
If your university has book store ask about job openings.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Babysitter
If you like working with kids, keep your eye out for babysitting positions near your college.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Paid Research Assistant
If you're majoring in an area that involves research, a research assistant job is an excellent addition to your resume.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Study Participants
Being a study participant is a quick, easy, and sometimes even a fun way to make money.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Barista
Are you one of the many college students who love coffee? How about a job as a Barista?

Fitness Center Employee
Are you a fitness junkie who spends a lot of time at your college's fitness center? Consider working there.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Peer Tutor
There are many tutoring opportunities in a college setting, and it's a good choice for part time work, as you can often choose your own hours.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Academic Department Assistant
Head over to your academic department (e.g., if you're an English major, check the English department) and ask about jobs.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Campus Tech Support
If you're computer savvy or majoring in a technical field, look for a job at your college's computer center.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Student Production Assistant
All of those events put on by student organizations - dances, concerts comedy shows, and plays, for example - require a lot of work behind the scenes.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Library Monitor
If you're a college student looking for work but worried you won't have enough time to devote to academics, consider working as a study hall or library monitor.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Teaching Assistant
If you're an upperclassman, you may be able to work as a teaching assistant for a large freshman seminar class. Here's how to find a teaching assistant job.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Tour Guide
If you're an upperclassman, you may be able to work as a teaching assistant for a large freshman seminar class. Here's how to find a teaching assistant job.

Part Time Jobs for College Students: Grader
Although it's grunt work, the workload for graders is generally spread out based on when the tests are, leaving lots of time in between for academics and extracurriculars.

Best Part-Time Jobs for College Students
Check out the best part-time and flexible jobs for college students on and off campus where you can earn extra money and still have time for school.

How to Introduce Yourself at a Job Interview
How to introduce yourself at a job interview, including how to greet the receptionist, and what to say and what to do when you meet the interviewer.

Manners Matter at Job Interviews
Here's what you need to know about job interview manners so you make the best impression on your interviewers.

How to Introduce Yourself at a Job Interview
How to introduce yourself at a job interview, including how to greet the receptionist and what to say and what to do when you meet the interviewer.

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Traditional Resumes
One size doesn't fit all when it comes to resume writing and, for some job seekers, a traditional resume works best.

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How to Build a Professional Online Presence
When you're looking for a job, you need to have an online presence where you can showcase your skills. Here's how to build a professional online presence.

Types of Nontraditional Resumes
Examples of nontraditional resumes include infographics, portfolios, social resumes and personal website resumes.

LinkedIn Profile Resumes
Using LinkedIn profile as a resume is quick and easy, because LinkedIn does all the work for you.

Online Portfolios
An online portfolio is a great option for showcasing your talent, especially for those working in design or photography.

Online Resumes and Social Resumes
A personal website used as resume can include everything from a traditional resume to videos, animated infographics, or an online portfolio.

Video Resumes
A video resume is a short videos created by a job candidate to highlight their skills and experience.

Sample Professional Online Profiles
When you're looking for a job, it's important to have an online presence where you can showcase your skills. Here are examples of professional online profiles.

Infographic Resumes
One type of nontraditional resume is an infographic resume.

Tips for Setting Up a Personal Website on WordPress
You don't have to be a savvy webmaster to construct your own website. Blogging tools have made it easier for every-day Internet users to build their own sites, for personal and professional purposes. Here's how to set up a website that showcases your work experience, skills and talents, your resume, and even your professional portfolio.

Tips for Setting Up a Personal Website on WordPress
Here's how to set up a website that showcases your work experience, skills and talents, your resume, and even your professional portfolio.

Tips for Setting Up a Personal Website on WordPress
You don't have to be a savvy webmaster to construct your own website. Blogging tools have made it easier for every-day Internet users to build their own sites, for personal and professional purposes. Here's how to set up a website that showcases your work experience, skills and talents, your resume, and even your professional portfolio.

Nontraditional Resumes
Here's what you need to know about nontraditional resumes, the pros and cons of using a nontraditional resume, and examples of online resumes.

Summer Job Search for Students
Summer job search advice for students including how to find job listings, how to apply for jobs, summer job resumes and cover letters, interview questions, interview attire, plus summer job search tips.

Tips for Writing Business Thank You Notes
Advice on thank you notes for business, including handwritten and email samples and a selection of business thank you notes to peruse.

Employment Recruiters
Information on employment recruiters including types of recruiters, how to find a recruiter, how to select a recruiter and tips for working with recruiters.

A Step-by-Step Guide to the Job Application Process
Guide to the job application process including pre-employment screening, reference and background checks, interviewing and the hiring process.

Retail Store Dress Codes
Check the company dress code before you start work at a retail store. That way you'll be sure to have the appropriate attire ready to wear to work.

What to Wear to Work for a Retail Job
Information on what to wear to work for a retail job, including designer stores, department stores, company stores, and big-box major retail stores.

What to Wear to Work - Company Stores and Outlets
Tips and advice on what to wear to work at company stores and outlets.

What to Wear to Work at a Department Store
At a department store, there may be variation by department, but most likely you will be expected to arrive dressed in business casual attire.

What to Wear to Work - Jewelry and Designer Stores
Tips and advice on what to wear to work at a jewelry or designer store.

What To Wear to Work at Major Retailers
When you work for one of the major retailers, they company will have a dress code for cashiers, as well as for other store employees.

What to Wear to an Interview at Jewelry and Designer Stores
Tips and advice on what to wear to an interview at a jewelry or designer store.

What to Wear to a Retail Job Interview
What to wear for a retail job interview, including major retailers, department stores, designer stores, department stores, and jewelry stores.

What to Wear to a Retail Job Interview
What to wear for a retail job interview, including the best interview attire for major retailers, department stores, designer stores, and jewelry stores.

What To Wear to an Interview With a Large Retail Store
When interviewing with a large retailer for a non-managerial level position, you should dress in business casual attire. Here's advice on what to wear for your retail job interview.

What to Wear to a Department Store Interview
Tips and advice on what to wear to a department store job interview.

What to Wear to a Company Store or Outlet Interview
Tips and advice on what to wear to a job interview at a company store or factory outlet.

Job Interview Checklist
Are you ready to interview? This interview checklist will step you through the process of everything you need to do for a successful interview from interview preparation to follow up.

Top 10 Tips For When Your Job Search Isn't Working
Here are tips and advice for what to do when your job search isn't working and you are applying for jobs, but not getting any interviews.

Information for Foreign Nationals Seeking US Employment
There are ways to obtain US employment including green cards, exchange visitor work and study visas, and seasonal and temporary worker visas.

Types of US Work Visas and Requirements
Here's information on types of USA work visas, including eligibility and requirements, plus how to apply for a visa to work in the United States.

Types of Interview Questions
When you go on a job interview there are a variety of types of interview questions you'll be asked. You'll be asked about your employment history and more.

Types of Interview Questions
When you go on a job interview there are a variety of types of interview questions you'll be asked. You'll be asked about your employment history and more.

Types of Interview Questions
When you go on a job interview there are a variety of types of interview questions you'll be asked. You'll be asked about your employment history and more.

What Are the Best and Worst Jobs?
Review information on the best jobs, cool jobs, worst jobs, jobs that companies are hiring for, work for moms, and jobs in specific occupations.

Applying for Jobs Online
Here's how to apply for jobs online, including the information you need to complete an online job application, uploading resumes, finding jobs to apply to, and how to follow up on your applications.

How to Apply Online for Summer Jobs
In many cases, you'll be able to apply for summer jobs online. Depending on the job and the origanization you are applying to, you may need a resume, and possibly a cover letter, or you may simply have to fill out an online job application. Here's how to apply online for summer jobs.

How to Apply In Person for Summer Jobs
How to apply for a summer job in person, including where to apply, what to wear when you apply, and how to prepare for an on the spot interview.

Job Interview Etiquette - Responding to Interview Questions
When you respond to interview questions, take time to phrase your reponses and ask the interviewer to repeat the question if you're not sure what they are asking. Be brief and don't ramble when you respond.

Top 10 Job Interview Etiquette Tips
Review these job interview etiquette tips for before, during and after a job interview, to ensure you're making the best impression on the interviewer.

Job Interview Etiquette - Closing the Interview
Towards the end of the interview let the hiring manager know that you think the job is an excellent fit and that you are very interested in the job.

Job Interview Etiquette - Follow Up With a Thank You Note
Following up with a thank you note is on the list of interview etiquette best practices. Taking the time to say thank you not only shows that you appreciated the interview, it also gives you an opportunity to reiterate your interest in the job.

Job Interview Etiquette - What to Wear to a Job Interview
When you are dressing for a job interview the image you present is really important. Your image is what makes the first impression on the interviewer - and that first impression is the one that sticks - so it's important to dress appropriately when interviewing.

Job Interview Etiquette - When to Get to a Job Interview
It's important to arrive a few minutes early, or on time, at the latest for a job interview. Check out the logistics ahead of time so you ensure that you're not late.

Job Interview Etiquette - What to Bring to a Job Interview
Bring extra copies of your resume to a job interview, along with a list of references to offer the interviewer. What shouldn't you bring? Don't walk in with a coffee cup or bottle of soda and water and don't chew gum. Your cell phone should be turned off and be out of sight.

Job Interview Etiquette - How to Greet the Interviewer
When you arrive at a job interview, introduce yourself to the receptionist, if there is one. Let him or her know who you are and who you are scheduled to meet with. Greet your interviewer with a firm handshake and introduce yourself.

Job Interview Etiquette = Telephone Interview Etiquette
Phone interview etiquette tips, including phone interview techniques, advice including how to prepare for a phone interview, and phone interview questions and answers, so you can ace the interview.

Job Interview Etiquette = Dining Interview Etiquette
Tips for making a good impression during a lunch or dinner interview.

Job Interview Etiquette - What to Give the Interviewer
Bring extra copies of your resume with you, in case the interviewer needs a copy or you end up meeting with several people. Have a list of three references, including contact information, ready to offer the recruiter at the end of the interview.

How to Attach a Resume and Cover Letter to an Email Message
Once your email message is ready to send, you need to attach your resume and cover letter to your message. Click on Insert, Attach File. Microsoft Outlook will display a list of files in the default file folder of your computer.

How to Email a Resume and Cover Letter Attachment
When you apply for jobs via email, you may need to send your resume and cover letter as an attachment. Here's how to email your resume and cover letter.

How to Save a Copy of a Cover Letter and Resume
When you are sending cover letter and resume attachments, the first step is to save your resume as a PDF or a Word document. Here's how to save your cover letters and resumes.

How to Include a Subject Line in an Email Message
The Subject Line is one of the most important parts of the email messages you send to apply for jobs. Your email message must include a Subject Line and it should explain to the reader who you are and what job you are applying for.

How to Send an Email Message with a Cover Letter and Resume
Once you have saved your resume and cover letter and they are ready to send, the next step is write an email message to send with your documents.

How to Add a Signature to an Email Message
It is important to include an email signature with all your contact information, so it's easy for hiring managers and recruiters to get in touch with you. Here's how to add a signature to an email message.

Find Work at Home Employment Opportunities
Interested in working online from home? Here's how to find legitimate work at home employment opportunities, plus advice on how to avoid fees and scams.

Drug and Alcohol Tests for Employment
Information on employment drug and alcohol testing, including when and how job applicants and employees can be tested for drug and alcohol use.

Top 10 Cover Letter Writing Tips
Top 10 tips for writing interview winning cover letters, including how to write and send, types of cover letters, formatting, and examples and templates.

Best Cool Jobs and How to Find Them
An overview of top cool jobs, what you need to know to find the job of your dreams, and inside information about what it's really like on the job.

Best Cool Jobs and How to Find Them
An overview of top cool jobs, what you need to know to find the job of your dreams, and inside information about what it's really like on the job.

Top Job Boards for Job Seekers
Here are the top job boards for job seekers, with info on what you will find on each site and tips using it to get the most out of your job search.

Tour Guide
If you don't want to sit down all day in an office, being a campus tour guide is a great way to be on your feet while interacting with potential students.

Event Caterer
Working as a banquet caterer is much easier than working as a waitress or a bartender, but is still a convenient way to make money on campus.

Find a College Job
Advice on how to find a job while you're in college.

Lifeguard
Almost all colleges and universities have a pool within their campus gyms, so if you have a lifeguard certification, this can be a great choice for you.

Student Production Assistant
If you know how to work lights and sound, or if you're willing to learn, working as a student production assistant can be a fun on-campus job.

Resident Assistant
Campus room-and-board is expensive, but working as an RA garners you free tuition and a chance to become involved in the campus community.

Social Media Assistant
If you're always on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Tumblr, you might be able to use your skills to garner some extra cash.

Peer Tutor
Tutoring is a good way to use your own academic strengths to help other students.

Top On-Campus Jobs for College Students
On-campus jobs can be a quick and easy way for college students to make money. Here are the top on-campus jobs for college students.

Mail Room Attendant
Working in a mail room is a great way to meet new people, while also having a chance to get some work done.

Library Attendant
If you're a bookworm or the type of students who logs lots of hours in the library each day, try working as a library attendant at your campus's library. You'll make money while getting your work done.

Administrative Assistant
If you don't mind an office job, working in academic department or a staff office can be a convenient choice for an on-campus job.

Top On-Campus Jobs for College Students
On-campus jobs can be a quick and easy way for college students to make money. Here are the top on-campus jobs for college students.

Teaching Assistant
If you're a math wizard or a history nerd, try becoming a TA in your subject of choice. It's a great way to network with professors in your chosen field.

Research Assistant
Working as a research assistant, or participating in a research study, can be a fun and interesting way to make money on your college campus.

Campus Ambassador
Are you funny, outgoing, and like to talk to people? Consider being a campus ambassador and spreading the word about a company's service or product among your peers.

Fitness Class Instructor
What better way to make money than to stay in shape and meet other active students than to teach a group fitness class? If you've got the skills or certification, check in with your campus gym to learn about opportunities.

Resignation Do's and Don'ts
How should you resign from your job? How about what you shouldn't do? Here's what you should (and what you shouldn't) do when resigning from your job.

Teacher Resignation Letter Examples
Letter of resignation examples to use when you are a teacher resigning from a school, with tips for what to include in the letter and who to copy.

How To Ask for a Job Referral
How to ask for a referral for a job, how to find someone to refer you, who to ask and tips for a referral.

You're Fired! How to Handle Getting Fired
Here's what to do when you're fired including information on wrongful termination, unemployment and how to handle a job search.

How to Prepare for an Employment Background Check
The best way to prepare for an employment background check is to be aware of the information that an employer might find - in advance. Here's how.

What is an Employment Contract?
An employment contract is a signed agreement between an employee and employer. Here's information on employment contracts and what is included in one.

How to Search For and Apply to Jobs on LinkUp
Instructions for how to apply for jobs on LinkUp, including how to find jobs, advanced search options, how to apply, and tips for setting up job alerts.

Job Interview Preparation - Make a Match
Once you have a created a list of the qualifications for the job, make a list of your assets and match them to the job requirements.

Job Interview Preparation - Practice Interviewing
Practice interviewing with a friend or family member ahead of time and it will be much easier when you're actually in a job interview.

How to Prepare for a Job Interview
Tips and advice on how to prepare for an interview including tips for practice interviewing, what to wear and what to bring, and how to follow up.

Job Interview Prepreparation - Know Where You're Going
It's important to know where you need to go for your job interview - ahead of time. Use Google Maps or Mapquest to get directions if you're not sure where you are going.

Job Interview Preparation - Practice Your Listen Skills
During a job interview, listening is just as important as answering questions. If you're not paying attention, you're not going to be able to give a good reponse.

Job Interview Preparation - Analyze the Job
An important part of interview preparation is to take the time to analyze the job posting, or job description, if you have it. Analyze what the company is seeking in a candidate.

Job Interview Preparation - Research the Company
Before you go on a job interview, it's important to find out as much as you can about the company. Company research is a critical part of interview preparation.

Interview Preparation - Your Interview Clothes
Have an interview outfit ready to wear at all times, so you don't have think about what you're going to wear while you're scrambling to get ready for a job interview.

Decide What to Do With Your Hair
Do you have a job interview on your schedule? Review tips and advice on how to prepare for an interview so you can ace the interview and make a terrific impression on the interviewer including tips on analyzing the job, researching the company, practice interviewing, what to wear and what to bring to the interview, and how to follow up.

Interview Preparation - What to Bring to a Job Interview
It's important to know what to bring to a job interview - a portfolio with extra copies of your resumes, a list of references, and any question you may have for the interviewer.

Job Interview Prepreparation - Practice Interview Etiquette
Proper interview etiquette is important. Remember to greet the receptionist and everyone else you meet politely and pleasantly.

Job Interviews - Follow Up With a Thank You Note
Follow up a job interview with a thank you note reiterating your interest in the job.

How to Get Promoted at Work
What's the best way to ask for a promotion at work? Here's how to discuss with your boss, how to get noticed, and advice on how to get promoted

Resignation Letter Format
This resignation letter format will give you an outline of what to write in your resignation letter, with resignation letter examples and writing tips.

To Whom It May Concern
To Whom It May Concern is a letter salutation used when you don't have a contact person. Here's when to use it, how to capitalize it, and alternatives.

College Student Resume Example
Review an example of a resume for a college student with work and internship experience, plus more resume samples and resume writing tips.

Are You an Employee or an Independent Contractor?
Information on your rights if a company offers you a position as an independent contractor rather than hiring you as an employee. Here's the difference.

Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and Employment
If employers conduct a check of your background using a third party, the background check is covered by The Fair Credit Reporting Act. Here's what's included.

15 Tips to Make the Best Impression at an Interview
Quick tips for impressing an interviewer, including how to prepare, what to say and do, and how to make the best impression during a job interview.

High School Resume Example with Summary
Use this high school student resume example as a template for your own resume. This resume includes a resume summary statement. Tips are included as well.

What Colors to Wear to a Job Interview
Wearing the right colors to a job interview can help convey your confidence, professionalism and your ability to fit in. Here's what color to wear to a job interview.

Can You Collect Unemployment and Social Security?
Review information on eligibility for unemployment for workers collecting social security, including when full benefits are received and when they are reduced.

Tips for Writing Letters of Recommendation
How to write recommendation letters, the best way to write references, how to decline a reference request, plus letter and email samples and examples.

When to Send a Thank You Email After a Job Interview
When should you send a thank you email or letter after an interview? Here's advice on the appropriate etiquette for sending an interview thank you.

CV Sample for Information Technology Jobs
Use this example of a curriculum vitae (CV) example for a job in information technology (IT) as a template when writing your own curriculum vitae.

Europass Curriculum Vitae Writing Tips
A Europass CV is the most important step in the job search process in the member states of the European Union. Here are tips on writing your Europass CV.

Tips for a Successful Mid-Career Change
Tactics for mid-career workers who want to make a change, how to decide what to do next, and how to create a transition plan for a successful change.

15 Quick Tips That Will Help You Get Hired Fast
15 things you should know to get hired for a new job quickly, including advice for every step in the job search process to help you get a job fast.

How to Answer Unusual Interview Questions
Information on the most unusual interview questions employers ask, why interviewers ask them, and strategies for the best way to respond.

What is Long Term Unemployment?
What is considered long term unemployment, benefits available for unemployed workers, and strategies for getting hired when you have been out of work.

What is a Letter of Intent for a Job?
What is a letter of intent for a job, what to include in a letter of intent, writing and composition tips, and how to submit a letter of intent.

Job Interview Questions and Answers
Review the most common job interview questions that employers ask, examples of the best answers for each question, and tips for how to respond.

Video Interviewing with Skype
Thanks to Skype, the online phone and video Internet service, video interviewing is moving into the mainstream. Here are tips for interviewing via Skype.

Crafting an Eye Catching Email Cover Letter
Need help writing a standout email cover letter? Use this template as a guideline to create customized cover letters for potential employers.

Write a Cover Letter Using a Template
Template to use for writing a cover letter for a resume, what to list in each section, plus information on how to format and write a cover letter.

Supporting Documents for a Job Application
What are supporting documents, why employers request them when you apply for jobs, and how to submit supporting documentation with a job application.

Information Required to Complete a Job Application
When you complete a job application, there is information you will need to share with the employer. Here's a list of what you need to apply for a job.

Glassdoor.com - Salaries, Reviews and Jobs
Glassdoor.com contains company reviews, ratings, salaries, CEO approval rating, interview questions and more company information.

Cool Works.com Seasonal Jobs and Careers
Cool Works is a job board for cool seasonal jobs and career opportunities. Here's how to find jobs on CoolWorks.com

Goodbye Letter for Co-Workers Sample
Sample goodbye letter to send to co-workers via email, what to include in your letter, as well as tips on writing a good-bye message when you leave a job.

Free Microsoft Word Reference Letter Templates
Microsoft reference letter templates are available as a free download for Word users, or available within your program, to use to write letters of reference.

How to Claim Unemployment Benefits
A guide to collecting unemployment benefits including who is eligible for benefits, how to apply, how much you will receive and how long you can collect for.

10 Steps to a Successful Career Change
Here are 10 steps to a successful career change. Explore options and choose a new career within or outside your current industry or career field.

Cover Letter Format
This cover letter format lists the information you need to include in the cover letter you submit with your resume. Also review examples of cover letters.

Reasons Not to Give Two Weeks Notice
It's typical to give two weeks notice when you're quitting, but there are circumstances when you may not be able to. Here are reasons not to give notice.

Sample Student Resumes, Cover Letters and Reference Letters
Sample resumes, cover letters and reference letters especially for high school students, and college students and graduates seeking employment.

How to Answer Job Interview Questions About Going Back to School
Tips for answering job interview questions about why you continued your education and went back to school.

Salary Calculators and Cost of Living Calculators
These free salary calculator tools, paycheck calculators, tax calculators, cost-of-living calculators and salary surveys will help you find out salary information.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Appliance Repairer
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics (referred to as HVAC or HVACR technicians) work on heating, ventilation, cooling, and refrigeration systems.

10 Best Jobs Without a Four-Year College Degree
Want to skip the four-year college but still want a rewarding career? Explore 10 of the highest paying and strongest growth jobs that are perfect for you.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Computer Service Technician
Computer support specialists support both offices and people with computers. They have strong technical know-how, patience, and communication skills.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Electrician
Electricians are in charge of supplying power by installing and maintaining electricity, lighting, and communication systems.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Paralegal Assistant
Paralegals and legal assistants do a variety of work to support lawyers, including maintaining and organizing files, conducting legal research, and drafting documents.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Administrative Assistant
Administrative assistants provide administrative support including conducting research, preparing reports, and handling information requests.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Respiratory Therapist
Training and certification is required for respiratory therapists, who help patients of all ages that are struggling to breath.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Carpenter
Carpenters make repairs, as well as cutting, building, and installing furniture, structures, and framework.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Dental Hygienist
Dental hygienists clean patients' teeth, examine them for oral diseases, and provide other preventative dental care.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Medical Records Technician
Medical records technicians ensure that patients' files are up-to-date and accurately coded for insurance billing.

Top Jobs With No Four-Year Degree - Web Developer
Many web developers have four-year degrees, but if you have the programming skills and a portfolio, there are opportunities to get hired.

How to Become a Mystery Shopper
Mystery shopping is an ideal way to earn extra money and to obtain reimbursed products. Read tips for finding a mystery shopping job, and avoiding scams.

List of Soft Skills for Resumes And Cover Letters
List of soft skills for resumes, cover letters and interviews, plus lists of general skills and keywords for many different occupations.

List of Leadership Skills for Your Resume
List of leadership skills to use for resumes, cover letters and job interviews, how to develop leadership skills, and more lists of skills for job searching.

What Are Soft Skills?
Soft skills are the personal attributes needed for success on the job. Here's information on the types of soft skills employers seek, plus examples.

Thank You Letter Closing Examples
Thank you letter closings should reiterate your appreciation for what was received. Here are tips and examples of how to end a thank you letter or note.

Entry Level Cover Letter Examples
Review sample cover letters, and tips for what to include, for entry level candidates for employment to get ideas for your own cover letters for jobs.

How to Choose the Best Resume Format
How to choose the best resume format for your employment situation, what to include in a resume, how to format it, and examples of resumes for jobs.

How to Name Your Resume and Cover Letter
When you are applying for jobs, the resume file name you select is important. Here's how to choose a name and save your resume and cover letter documents.

Cover Letter Examples for Students and Recent Graduates
Cover letter examples and cover letter templates especially for high school students, and college students and grads seeking employment, with writing tips.

25 Things That Will Destroy Your Job Interview


Top 20 Job Interview Questions and Answers
Review the top 20 interview questions you'll most likely be asked at a job interview, plus examples of the best answers, and tips for how to respond.

Board Resignation Letter Example
Example of a resignation letter to use to give notice when resigning from a board, with tips for writing and sending a resignation letter or email message.

How to Get a Truck Driver Jobs
Information on trucking jobs including truck driver job listings, skills truckers need, career information, training, job requirements, and hiring.

Truck Driver Training Programs
Information on truck driver training programs including truck driver courses, tractor trailer classes, on the job training and instruction. Page 3.

Truck Driver Qualifications
The qualifications needed to become a truck driver including commercial driver's license (CDL), physical requirements and company regulations. Page 2.