You’ve probably read a lot about how to make sure your resume gets noticed, but do you know what’s on the flipside? Here’s what you might be doing that could cause recruiters to overlook your resume—or worse, toss it in the trash.
Congratulations—you got a job offer! But don’t pop the champagne just yet—take the time to really evaluate it before you accept. Here’s a checklist of questions to ask yourself before you sign on the dotted line.
Companies like the Ladders, LinkedIn Premium, and FlexJobs charge job seekers for their services, claiming to give an edge in a competitive market. But are they worth it? Before you give your credit card number, here’s what to consider.
When accepting a new position, most people think to ask for a higher salary. But there’s something else you can negotiate: Your job title. We’ll show you how to ask for what you want.
The recent Atlantic article “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” starts some good conversations about balancing work and personal life. But it overlooks an important point: “Having it all” doesn’t mean the same thing for every woman.
You’re sitting in the interview for your dream job, and it’s going great—until you get a question you’re pretty sure isn’t appropriate, or even legal. Check out our guide to what’s OK, what’s not, and what to do when you get caught in an awkward situation.
There’s almost nothing worse than being wronged by someone at work. Except for then having to confront the person who’s wronged you. So we’ve got your guide to keeping your cool, addressing the issue, and even building stronger relationships in the process.