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Leave Your Job on Good Terms: Tips for Your Final Two Weeks
By Sammi Caramela | February 28, 2017

Just turned in your resignation? Don't spend your last two weeks slacking off — help your employer and team with the transition with these key tips.

7 Ways to Improve Work-Life Balance When You Work at Home
By Shannon Gausepohl | February 23, 2017

Working from home can be distracting and the lines of work-life balance might be blurred. Learn to set boundaries from these experts.

5 Promotable Personality Traits That Will Help You Get Ahead
By Shannon Gausepohl | February 20, 2017

Want a promotion? You might have a better chance if you exhibit certain personality traits. Find out which five personality traits can help you get ahead.

4 Common Business Meeting Mistakes to Avoid
By Nicole Fallon | January 03, 2017

Are employees checking their phones or falling asleep during your meetings? You might be making one of these engagement-killing mistakes.

10 Workplace Trends You'll See in the Future
By Chad Brooks | January 02, 2017

Big Data, remote employee management and healthier and more diverse workforces are among the top workplace trends for 2016.

9 Career-Boosting Habits You Should Adopt
By Shannon Gausepohl | December 30, 2016

Get rid of bad habits and take on these from the advice of experts.

Toxic Co-Worker Test: How to Identify and Avoid Them
By Nicole Fallon | November 14, 2016

Do you have a toxic co-worker or boss in your office? Here's how to set boundaries and keep them from limiting your potential.

4 Ways Entry-Level Employees Can Show Leadership
By Nicole Fallon | November 10, 2016

Just because you don't manage employees doesn't mean you're not a leader. Here's what entry-level employees can do to build and demonstrate their leadership skills right now.

4 Steps to Landing Your Dream Job
By Shannon Gausepohl | October 31, 2016

Dream jobs don't happen overnight. Experts lend their advice to help you land yours.

Want a Job That Makes You Happy? Work for a Small Business
By Chad Brooks | October 30, 2016

Employees of small businesses have higher levels of happiness than workers at large companies.

Want to Be a Full-Time Freelancer? What You Need to Know
By Adryan Corcione | October 17, 2016

Thinking about becoming a professional freelancer? Here's what you need to know about the industry and what it takes to make it.

Are You in the Right Career? How to Choose the Best Job for You
By Shannon Gausepohl | October 11, 2016

Unsure if you're in the right career? Here's how to assess and determine your next steps.

What is Your Body Language Telling Colleagues About You?
By Shannon Gausepohl | October 07, 2016

The way you carry yourself can affect others perception of you. Mind your body language for better work relationships.

Greater Job Satisfaction Doesn't Always Equate to Increased Engagement
By Chad Brooks | August 31, 2016

According to Gallup, employee satisfaction is up in 10 out of 13 job aspects, including pay and flexibility. But are happy employees really more engaged?

Sample Cover Letters for Job Seekers
By Nicole Fallon | August 24, 2016

Your resume may show a hiring manager you're qualified for the job, but a well-written cover letter can make or break your chance at an interview.

Ready to Work from Home? Ask Yourself These 6 Questions
By Shannon Gausepohl | August 05, 2016

Are you cut out to work from home? Here are a few things to consider before you become a telecommuter.

8 Reasons to Quit Your Awful Job
By Shannon Gausepohl | July 27, 2016

Leaning toward leaving your current job but are unsure? If you're experiencing a few or more of the below, it might be time to get back on the job hunt.

Want a Career Boost? Become a Mentor
By Nicole Fallon | July 25, 2016

Mentees aren't the only ones who benefit from a mentorship. Here's how being a mentor can help your own career, too.

Ready to Move On? How to Tell It's Time to Quit Your Job
By Nicole Fallon | July 25, 2016

Have you been at your current job too long? Here's how you'll know it's time to look for new opportunities.

The 12 Jobs America Can't Live Without
By Chad Brooks | July 04, 2016

CareerBuilder identified 12 careers that provide for our country's most basic needs: food, clean water, health, shelter, safety and communication

The Gig Economy's Growing Influence on the American Workforce
By Adam Uzialko | July 02, 2016

A recent study from economists Alan B. Krueger and Lawrence F. Katz sheds light on the growth of contingent work and alternative employment arrangements in the American economy.

Social Media at Work: The New Normal
By Chad Brooks | June 24, 2016

A growing number of employees are using social media at work for both personal and professional reasons.

How Much Does It Cost You to Go to Work?
By Chad Brooks | June 20, 2016

Employees spend more than $3,300 a year on costs related to going to work each day.

5 Tips for Setting Personal Boundaries at a New Job
By Nicole Fallon | June 03, 2016

Starting a new job? It's smart to set boundaries and expectations with your boss and colleagues up front to avoid overload. Here's how to do it while still making a great first impression.

Smart Questions You Should Ask During Every Job Interview
By Shannon Gausepohl | June 03, 2016

It's critical that job candidates take time during interviews to ask hiring managers questions of their own.

How 'Personal' Should You Get in a Job Interview?
By Nicole Fallon | May 31, 2016

Although you're interviewing for a professional job, it might pay off to be a little more personal when talking to the hiring manager.

Want the Job? Schedule a Morning Interview
By Chad Brooks | May 05, 2016

According to new research, the best time to schedule job interviews is in the morning.

5 Ways to Stand Out in Your Job Search
By Nicole Fallon | May 03, 2016

Looking for a job right now? Here are a few things you can do to boost your chances of landing an interview.

4 Stress-Busting Tips from 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
By Brittney Morgan | April 15, 2016

Feeling overwhelmed at work? Take a page from the book of Kimmy Schmidt and become unbreakable with these tips.

Dear Brittney: I'm Ready to Go Back to Work
By Brittney Morgan | April 11, 2016

Looking for jobs after taking time off to raise your kids? Here's our advice for getting back in the game.