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How to Become a Security Analyst
By Ed Tittel | April 22, 2014

Security is so important to meeting business goals and complying with mandated protections for confidentiality, security analysts are involved in all stages of IT development.

The 10 Non-Tech Skills Employers Are Looking for Most
By Chad Brooks | April 11, 2014

Technical skills aren't the only things employers are looking for in new hires.

How to Become a Flight Attendant
By Elizabeth Peterson | February 06, 2014

Flight attendants are responsible for the safety of airline passengers, as well as their comfort.

How to Become a Writer
By Elizabeth Peterson | February 06, 2014

Writing jobs are quite varied, including freelance writing, copywriting and technical writing.

How to Become a Nurse
By Elizabeth Peterson | February 06, 2014

There are many routes to becoming a nurse and a variety of different nursing jobs.

What is Technical Writing?
By Chad Brooks | January 30, 2014

Technical writers prepare documents to communicate complex and technical information more easily. Technical writing is one of the fastest-growing jobs in the United States.

The 7 Deadly Sins of Networking
By Nicole Fallon | November 05, 2013

Networking is critical to your business' success, but if you do it wrong, it won't get you anywhere. Make sure you're not committing one of these seven "deadly sins" of relationship management.

The 10 Best Jobs for College Students
By Nicole Fallon | September 11, 2013

Just because you're a college student doesn't mean you don't need to work part time. Here are the 10 best jobs for college students.

Creativity and Connectivity Key to Productive Workplace
By Business News Daily Editor | April 27, 2013

Creativity and beauty in the workplace encourage productivity and performance.

10 Odd College Degrees You've Never Heard Of
By Chad Brooks | April 09, 2013

Forget economics and biology. Colleges have gotten a lot more creative in the kinds of majors they offer.

The Least (and Most) Stressful Careers
By Business News Daily Editor | January 04, 2013

Work environment, job competitiveness and risk all come into play.

The Best Tools for Freelancers
By Chad Brooks | August 20, 2012

Technology is making it a lot easier to be your own boss these days.

How You Can Still Retire at 65
By Business News Daily Editor | July 25, 2012

Do you have a financial plan?

10 Notorious Office Romances
By Chad Brooks | July 24, 2012

As many as 30 percent of office romances end in marriage. Many more, end in disaster. Here are some of the most famous – and infamous – office romances of all time.

7 Ways to Improve Your Work-Life Balance
By Chad Brooks | May 14, 2012

For many, work-life balance is the holy grail of modern life. Lots of us want it, but actually making it happen may be a lot harder than you think, especially if you're counting on that paycheck.

10 Things You Can Do to Get Hired Sooner
By Business News Daily Editor | March 21, 2012

What can you do to help land a job?

10 Ways to Repair Your Online Reputation
By Chad Brooks | January 04, 2012

Before you start sending out resumes, maybe you should Google yourself.

One in Three Workers Spends at Least an Hour a Day Shopping at Work
By Chad Brooks | December 22, 2011

What does your company do to restrict employee shopping?

Having a Home Office: The Good, the Bad and the Kids!
By Business News Daily Editor | December 16, 2011


Becoming a Website Designer: Find a Niche, Watch the Overhead
By Business News Daily Editor | December 16, 2011

Web design businesses expected to be in high demand