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Indeed Assessments Let Job Hunters Show Off Their Skills
By Andrew Martins | March 23, 2019

Starting today, a new feature on Indeed lets potential job candidates share results of skills-based surveys with hiring managers. Officials say it will help job hunters stand out among their peers.

AWS Certification Guide: Overview and Career Paths
By Business News Daily Editor | March 23, 2019

Amazon Web Services offers relatively few certifications, but they pack a powerful punch. Learn about these sought-after certifications and how they can boost your salary potential.

Relocating for Work: Challenges and Upsides
By Skye Schooley | March 21, 2019

Relocating for work is a major life decision. We spoke with moving experts and industry professionals to learn the pros and cons of relocating for a job.

New Report Suggests Americans Familiar With Unemployment
By Andrew Martins | March 14, 2019

Many Americans feel insecure about their jobs and view unemployment as a real possibility. A recent survey by Monster reveals how prevalent unemployment and other career gaps are in the U.S.

What Sites Should Your Business Block?
By Saige Driver | March 14, 2019

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

What Jyve Means for Small Business
By Matt D'Angelo | March 13, 2019

Jyve is a jobs platform that connects businesses with skilled, task-based workers.

These Buzzwords Are Annoying Your Employees
By Saige Driver | March 13, 2019

How you communicate with your boss or co-workers is important. Don't drive your team away with these buzzwords.

How to Become a Video Game Tester
By Dawn Kuczwara | March 13, 2019

Becoming a video game tester isn't always easy, but big game companies need passionate gamers to QA their products.

They Did What?! Bizarre Job Interview Stories
By Jennifer Post | March 12, 2019

Have you ever had a bad job interview? It probably went better than these ones. Hiring managers and professionals share their strangest interview experiences.

How to Manage Workplace Relationships
By Adam Uzialko | March 12, 2019

When you work in close proximity, sometimes sparks fly. How can employees and managers ensure that nobody gets burned when it comes to the sometimes volatile nature of workplace romances?

The Problem of Presenteeism: Employees Coming to Work Sick Costs Businesses
By Adam Uzialko | March 09, 2019

In an economy where productivity is valued highly, workers are often motivated to come to work even when they're sick. That's a bad idea that jeopardizes employee health and costs businesses money.

Coldest Jobs May Not Guarantee High Pay
By Shimon Brathwaite | March 05, 2019

The world's coldest jobs, which are in places where it's regularly -20 F, don't always come with a high salary.

Best Jobs for Trade School Graduates
By Joanna Furlong | March 05, 2019

You'll need a trade school certificate to get one of these high-paying jobs.

Do Advanced College Degrees Really Pay Off?
By Matt D'Angelo | March 04, 2019

Deciding to get your masters degree is a big decision, so make sure you blend both practical and passionate business logic.

4 Strategies to Combat Burnout
By Rebecka Green | February 23, 2019

Burnout is a gateway to more serious conditions like depression, anxiety, substance abuse and physical illness.

A College Education Doesn't Need to Break the Bank
By Kiely Kuligowski | February 23, 2019

There are more options than you might think to make a college education more affordable.

Forced Arbitration Under Fire as Google Axes Policy
By Andrew Martins | February 23, 2019

After weeks of pressure, Google has put the kibosh on its mandatory arbitration agreement, clearing the way for employees to take the tech giant to court if their rights are violated.

Music and Its Effect on Productivity
By Skye Schooley | February 22, 2019

Listening to music while working is very common, but does it affect productivity? Learn what the experts say music can do for your efficiency.

Inside the Life of a Digital Nomad
By Saige Driver | February 21, 2019

What's it like to be a "digital nomad"? Business News Daily asked entrepreneurs and professionals who do their jobs entirely online about their experiences.

New Report Says Gen Z Workers Want Tech Jobs at Tech Companies
By Andrew Martins | February 21, 2019

As millennials continue to dominate the national conversation, a study released by Glassdoor today examines the next group to make a splash on the job market – Generation Z. What separates this...

VMware Certification Guide: Overview and Career Paths
By Business News Daily Editor | February 12, 2019

VMware certifications are a must-have for many IT professionals, especially those who work in data centers and support virtual environments.

How to Rekindle Your Relationship With Work
By Paula Fernandes | February 08, 2019

If your time at work has gone from exciting to drab, focus on making friends, taking on new projects or reflecting on your goals to get your relationship with your job back on track.

Closing the U.S. Skills Gap
By John Riddle | February 08, 2019

Hoping to help close the high-tech skills gap between job seekers and employers, the CTA and IBM have teamed up on a new apprenticeship program.

15 Jobs to Watch in 2019
By Andrew Martins | February 07, 2019

Looking for a job? Want to see if your career ranks as one of the best in America? Job search website Glassdoor recently released its "50 Best Jobs in the U.S. for 2019" list. Find out what makes...

SAS Certification Guide: Overview and Career Paths
By Business News Daily Editor | February 06, 2019

These SAS certifications can help set you apart from the competition.

Apple Certification Guide: Overview and Career Paths
By Business News Daily Editor | February 06, 2019

These Apple certifications can help you get ahead in your career as a developer.

Buying Cubicles: How to Choose the Right Ones
By Chad Brooks | February 05, 2019

While some companies are transitioning back to a more open work environment today, the cubicle still remains a very popular option for many businesses.

What Mailing Equipment Does My SMB Need?
By Katharine Paljug | February 05, 2019

If you spend more than $50 on mail each month, your small business should invest in the right equipment.

Job Interview Tips: 11 Do's and Don'ts
By Business News Daily Editor | February 05, 2019

The interview process can be tricky, with multiple callbacks and questions. Here are some phrases to say and to avoid in order to make sure the process is smooth for all workers.

The 10 Best (and Worst) Rated Jobs
By Chad Brooks | February 05, 2019

Technology and health care jobs dominate this year's positions with the brightest outlook for the future. Read more to see the other best, and worst jobs.