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Freelancing 101: What Every Freelancer Should Know
By Adryan Corcione | February 03, 2023

Freelancing can be a great way to make extra money or build a business. Here’s what you should know before getting started.

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Conducting a Personal SWOT Analysis to Chart Your Future
By Marci Martin | February 02, 2023

A SWOT analysis can help you understand your strengths and opportunities as well as your business's. Learn how to do the analysis here.

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Want a Professional Reference? How to Ask and What to Expect
By Matt D’Angelo | February 02, 2023

Excellent professional references can help you stand out among job applicants. Learn how to ask for a professional reference and what to include.

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The End of a Controversial Era: Is the Open Office Dying?
By Matt D’Angelo | February 02, 2023

The open office model gained notoriety after major businesses adopted it. With the rise of remote work, is the open office format a thing of the past?

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The Best and Worst Time of Year to Look for a Job
By Adam Uzialko | February 02, 2023

Looking for a new job? Get insight into the best and worst months to search for a new gig, what days of the week are best and more.

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Friends With Boundaries: Handling Friendships in the Workplace
By Jordan Bishop | February 02, 2023

Meaningful workplace relationships are vital for a business. But setting boundaries in relationships is crucial to prevent adverse effects on the company.

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How to Manage Workplace Relationships
By Ross Mudrick | February 01, 2023

Banning workplace relationships isn't realistic or effective. Learn how to protect your organization, employees and culture from adverse consequences.

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Office Rivals? Keeping Workplace Competition Friendly
By Isaiah Atkins | January 31, 2023

Competition is an essential way to enhance innovation and performance in an organization. However, it's crucial to keep workplace competition friendly.

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How to Use Your Alumni Network for Business Success
By Marisa Sanfilippo | January 30, 2023

Learn how to use your college alumni network to make professional and business connections that can set you up for entrepreneurial success.

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Michael Scott Quotes Every Leader Should Live By
By Sammi Caramela | January 30, 2023

These Michael Scott quotes from popular television series The Office may have come from a goofball manager, but they hold some leadership insight all the same.

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Best Wireless Networking Certifications of 2023
By Jordan Bishop | January 30, 2023

Discover the five best and most valuable wireless networking certifications currently available, and get certified to boost your career in the IT sector.

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Lunch Is Served! Workplace Meals Improve Productivity
By Casey Conway | January 30, 2023

Workplace meals can improve employee productivity, wellness and engagement by providing workers opportunities to eat, socialize and strategize together.

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Open Office vs. Private Office: Which Type of Office Layout Is Right for Your SMB?
By Skye Schooley | January 26, 2023

Deciding on a layout for your small business depends on many factors. Learn if an open office, private office or combination is right for your company.

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How to Become a Mobile App Developer
By business.com editorial staff | January 26, 2023

There are many opportunities in this still-growing field. Here is what you need to know to become a mobile app developer.

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Paw-some or Cat-astrophic? Pros and Cons of Office Pets
By Sammi Caramela | January 25, 2023

Are office pets a wonderful perk or a troublesome distraction? This guide covers the pros and cons of pets in the workplace.

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Employees Reveal How Stress Affects Their Jobs
By Skye Schooley | January 23, 2023

Do you see signs of workplace stress at your company? Learn how it impacts employees and how you can prevent it.

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10 Jobs You Didn’t Know Need Licenses
By Kaylyn McKenna | January 23, 2023

Find out if your desired career requires licensure – and what licenses can net you the highest salaries.

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Looking for a Job? Don’t Tell Them You’re Unemployed
By Max Freedman | January 23, 2023

Hiring managers show prejudice against unemployed candidates. Learn why this bias exists, and find out pointers for getting the job if you're unemployed.

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What a Messy (or Neat) Desk Reveals About You
By Adam Uzialko | January 23, 2023

Employers can learn much from the state of workers' desks. Learn what a messy or clean desk says about you and how best to channel your unique personality.

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How to Ace an Out-of-State Job Interview
By Leslie Pankowski | January 23, 2023

Interviewing for an out-of-state job? Whether you're traveling there or videoconferencing with the hiring manager, here are some tips to help you succeed.

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Career Advice From Katie Couric
By Brittney Morgan | January 23, 2023

Having made history as the first woman to anchor a weekday evening news program by herself, Katie Couric knows a thing or two about success.

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New Job? How to Survive 8 First-Week Challenges
By Nicole Fallon | January 23, 2023

There are always challenges when you start a new job. Follow these strategies to overcome them.

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4 Career Risks Worth Taking
By Nicole Fallon | January 23, 2023

Sometimes, a calculated risk can catapult you toward professional success. Here are some smart career risks you may want to consider.

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College Professors Reveal What They Love (and Hate) About Their Jobs
By Brittney Morgan | January 23, 2023

College professors enjoy mentoring and watching students progress; frustrations include low pay and high workloads. Learn more about what professors say.

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6 Proven Ways to Get a Promotion
By Business News Daily | January 23, 2023

Ready to move up in your company? Do these six things if you want a promotion.

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50-Hour Workweeks? How to Cut Back on the New Normal
By Shayna Waltower | January 23, 2023

Though 50-hour workweeks are increasingly common, they're bad for both employees and businesses. Learn how to help employees achieve a better work-life balance.

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Navigating Your Career Path: How to Map It Out
By Nicole Fallon | January 23, 2023

Want to get your career on the right track? It helps to have a plan.

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5 Simple, Proven Ways to Be a Better Co-Worker
By Max Freedman | January 23, 2023

Learn how to be a better co-worker, whether your team already likes you or you're struggling to connect and collaborate.

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How Much Does It Cost You to Go to Work?
By Chad Brooks | January 23, 2023

In-office employees pay for commuting, lunch, child care and more. But just how much do they pay, and how does remote work change the picture?

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6 Types of Office ‘Politicians’ and How to Handle Them
By Eduardo Vasconcellos | January 23, 2023

There's no avoiding office politics. Learn the six types of office politicians and what you can do to keep things positive.