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My Job Description: The Pianist
By Brittney Morgan | April 07, 2016

Ever wonder what it would be like to play piano for a living? Eunbi Kim discusses the pros and cons of her career.

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6 Proven Ways to Negotiate a Higher Salary
By Marci Martin | April 01, 2016

You got the job offer — now it's time to negotiate your salary. Here are a few tips to help you along the way.

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Changing Careers? 4 Challenges of Starting Over
By Nicole Fallon | April 01, 2016

When you change careers, you're going to have to deal with being back at the bottom of the ladder again. Here's how to navigate potentially awkward situations in the workplace.

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Dear Brittney: My Co-Workers Are Excluding Me
By Brittney Morgan | March 21, 2016

Can't attend happy hour and feeling left out as a result? Here's what to do.

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My Job Description: The Dance Therapist
By Brittney Morgan | March 17, 2016

Dance therapist Erica Hornthal talks about how she combined her passion for art and helping others to create a career.

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Unhappy Employees? 4 Things That are Driving Them Crazy
By Nicole Fallon | March 04, 2016

What's making your employees hate their jobs? Here are the biggest workplace frustrations and how to remedy them.

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Have Mercy! 3 Work-Life Balance Tips from 'Full House'
By Brittney Morgan | February 26, 2016

"Full House" is a lot more than just a cute family sitcom; it can teach you a lot about work-life balance, too.

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5 Simple, Proven Ways to Be a Better Co-Worker
By Brittney Morgan | February 11, 2016

Want to be a better co-worker? Here are five easy ways to improve your relationships in the office.

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You're On! 6 Tips to Ace Your Video Job Interview
By Chad Brooks | February 10, 2016

When interviewing for a job on video, it is important to exude the same level of professionalism you would if you were interviewing face to face.

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My Job Description: The Professional Tea Taster
By Brittney Morgan | January 27, 2016

Did you know you can taste tea for a living? Business News Daily asked master tea taster Sebastian Michaelis all about his career.

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10 Reasons You Shouldn't Quit Your Job
By Elizabeth Peterson | January 26, 2016

Thinking about quitting your job? You may want to think twice. Here are 10 reasons to stick it out.

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My Job Description: The Radio Show Host
By Brittney Morgan | January 09, 2016

Radio talk show host Ward Anderson tells Business News Daily all about what it's like to have a career as an on-air personality.

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The Best Answers to 6 Common Job Interview Questions
By Nicole Fallon | January 01, 2016

No matter what job you're applying for, you can expect at least one or two "classic" interview questions. Here are some unique answers that will make you stand out.

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My Job Description: The Bakery Owner
By Brittney Morgan | December 24, 2015

Custom cake baker and snack business owner Melody Lan dishes on whether or not her career is actually a piece of cake.

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My Job Description: The Beekeeper
By Brittney Morgan | December 19, 2015

Professional beekeeper Edwin Medrano discusses his career and what it's really like to work with bees for a living.

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Navigating Your Career Path: How to Map It Out
By Nicole Fallon | December 15, 2015

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

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My Job Description: The Rock Band Manager
By Brittney Morgan | December 03, 2015

Band manager and author Jill Meniketti dishes on what it's really like to work with rock stars.

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Most (and Least) Stressful Jobs for 2015
By Chad Brooks | November 29, 2015

Which jobs will have your running to the therapist and which are a piece of cake? The most and least stressful jobs of the year.

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12 Good-Paying Travel Jobs You Could Get Today
By Jeanette Mulvey | November 19, 2015

Want a job that involves travel? If you have the right skills, it may be easier than you think to find one.

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Got Fired? Here's What You Should Do Next
By Brittney Morgan | September 22, 2015

Have you just been fired or laid off? Here are the first five things you should do to recover your career.

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5 Proven Ways to Land the Job of Your Dreams
By Brittney Morgan | September 16, 2015

Ready to pursue your dream career? Get the job you want with these proven tips.

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5 Proven Ways to Get a Promotion
By Brittney Morgan | September 02, 2015

Ready to move up in your company? If you want a promotion, make sure you do these five things.

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Faking It at Work? Why You're Better Off Just Being Yourself
By Chad Brooks | August 13, 2015

Acting inauthentic at work can make employees feel immoral and eventually leads to disengagement and job burnout.

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5 Career Lessons from April Ludgate of 'Parks and Recreation'
By Brittney Morgan | August 07, 2015

Need some career inspiration? Here are 5 lessons you can learn from beloved (albeit cynical and sarcastic) "Parks and Recreation" character April Ludgate.

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Clean It Up! Being Productive at Work Starts with Organization
By Nicole Fallon | August 05, 2015

Is a disorganized office hurting your productivity? Here are some tips to help you clean up the clutter, both in your workspace and on your devices.

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Interviewing for a Job? 4 Ways to Stand Out from the Crowd
By Chad Brooks | August 05, 2015

The do's and don'ts for job seekers looking to make a good impression during the hiring process.

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Getting a Job in IT: Tips for College Students & Graduates
By Ed Tittel | July 31, 2015

College students studying computer science and information technology can avoid getting stuck at the end of the academic line by being proactive.

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About to Get Fired? 5 Steps to Save Your Job
By Nicole Fallon | July 20, 2015

Do you suspect your job is on the line? Here's how to address it with your boss and turn your performance around.

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Rude Behavior at Work Is Contagious ... And Bad for Business
By Chad Brooks | July 17, 2015

Not only is rude workplace behavior unpleasant for employees, it's also bad for business.

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7 Personal Secrets Your Résumé Is Revealing
By Chad Brooks | July 17, 2015

Whether you realize it or not, your resume says a lot more about you thank you think. Here are seven personal details that you might be giving up.