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Screwed Up at Work? How to Keep Your Job and Move Forward
By Kaylyn McKenna | August 05, 2022

Made a mistake at work? Find out how to make amends and move forward without harming your career or reputation.

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4 Items to Review in Your Employment Contract
By Kaylyn McKenna | August 05, 2022

Find out what to look for in an employment contract before you sign it – and the advantages and disadvantages to consider.

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How to Get a Job in Virtual or Augmented Reality
By Adam Uzialko | August 05, 2022

Considering a career in virtual or augmented reality? If you've got the technical chops and a desire to work on cutting-edge technology you could.

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Want to Advance Your Career? Try Peer Mentoring
By Sean Peek | August 05, 2022

Should you have a peer mentor at your job? Learn how peer mentoring can provide experience and motivation for both employees involved.

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5 Things You Should Never Put in Your Cover Letter
By Paula Fernandes | August 05, 2022

Cover letters allow employers to hear your voice, understand your intentions and learn about your personality. Learn how to write a good cover letter.

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How to Become a Video Game Tester
By Sean Peek | August 05, 2022

Find out what video game testers do, how to become a game tester and what the salary range is.

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Read a Book! It’s Good for Your Career
By Bassam Kaado | August 05, 2022

Learn how reading can benefit your career or your business.

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Creative Ways Job Seekers Are Applying for Jobs
By Kiely Kuligowski | August 05, 2022

Unconventional recruiting methods appeal to younger generations of workers and are making companies shake up their hiring practices.

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How to Combat Burnout
By Bennett Conlin | August 05, 2022

To overcome workplace burnout, you need to reduce your emotional and physical exhaustion. Check out our guide on how to combat burnout.

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Study Finds Spelling Mishaps Can Cause Problems in the Office
By Max Freedman | August 05, 2022

Spelling and grammar are still essential skills in the workplace. See how typos and other errors can affect your work, and learn tips on grammar.

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How to Age-Proof Your Resume
By Jennifer Post | August 05, 2022

Focusing on LinkedIn and setting up your own Gmail account are the best ways to start your job hunt.

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Surveys Reveal What Some Would Give to End Their Commute
By Max Freedman | August 05, 2022

National and local studies have uncovered strong negative correlations between commuting and job satisfaction. Learn how remote work can ease the stress.

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What Sites Should Your Business Block?
By Saige Driver | August 05, 2022

Are you thinking about restricting certain websites from employee use? Here are four categories you should consider blocking.

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What to Do if You Think You’re Underpaid
By Stella Morrison | August 05, 2022

This guide explains how employees who believe they are underpaid should ask for a raise or look for a new job that pays a salary commensurate with their sk

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The Critical Importance of Mental Health Days
By Adam Uzialko | August 05, 2022

Do you need a mental health day? Find out how taking a day off to recharge can benefit employees and businesses.

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Making Summer Hours Work for Your Business
By Paula Fernandes | August 05, 2022

Offering flexible summer schedules at your business can boost employee productivity.

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How Grads Can Get the Job With Limited Work Experience
By Bennett Conlin | August 05, 2022

Limited work experience isn't as big an obstacle to finding a job as you might think. Here's how to get a job without a stacked resume.

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The End of a Controversial Era: Is the Open Office Dying?
By Adam Uzialko | August 05, 2022

The open office is battling backlash for causing inefficiencies and distractions. But does this mean it's the end?

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Should You Hire a Career Coach?
By Rebecca Renner | August 05, 2022

Learn what a career coach is, how much they cost, and whether hiring one is the right move for you.

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Paw-some or Cat-astrophic? Pros and Cons of Office Pets
By Sammi Caramela | August 05, 2022

Office pets could be fun for some employees but distracting to others. These are the pros and cons to consider before allowing animals in your workplace.

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Are Your Office Perks Hurting Productivity?
By Adam Uzialko | August 05, 2022

Here's how to find a balance between work and play while still offering exciting incentives.

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Technical vs. Management: Which IT Career Track Is Right for You?
By Ed Tittel | August 05, 2022

At some point in their careers, most IT professionals will choose to continue on a technical tracks or transition into a management role. Here's how to decide which path is right for you.

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Microsoft Certification Guide: Overview and Career Paths
By Adam Uzialko | August 05, 2022

Microsoft offers certifications on server, desktop, application, database and developer platforms. This certification guide will help you get started with Microsoft's MTA, MCSA, MCSE, MCSD,...

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CompTIA Certification Guide: Overview and Career Paths
By Ed Tittel | August 05, 2022

CompTIA offers some of the most recognized entry-level certifications for IT professionals, including its A+, Network+ and Security+ certifications. This certification guide will help you get started...

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How to Become a White Hat Hacker
By business.com editorial staff | August 05, 2022

Follow these steps to certify as a white hat hacker and land the tech job of your dreams.

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4 Tips for Setting and Achieving Career Goals
By Sean Peek | August 05, 2022

Most employees say that professional goals are important to their work performance. Learn how to create and achieve your own career goals.

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8 Ways to Stay Productive in a Loud Office
By Sammi Caramela | August 05, 2022

Are you easily distracted by noise? Learn how to focus in a loud work environment.

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Tips for Better Email Inbox Management
By Anna Attkisson | August 05, 2022

Americans are more connected to work than ever, especially with email. Here's how workers handle their email and what you can do for better inbox management.

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Want to Take a Gap Year? 7 Ways to Make It a Productive One
By Saige Driver | August 05, 2022

If the idea of jumping into college right after high school graduation is daunting, learn how to take a productive gap year between the two.

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Friends With Boundaries: Handling Friendships in the Workplace
By Adam Uzialko | August 05, 2022

Don't let the line between work buddies and lifelong confidants get too blurry. Here's how to maintain professional friendships at work.