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Tips on How To Become a Software Tester
By Business News Daily Editor | August 05, 2019

Interested in testing software? Follow these steps.

How to Write the Perfect Resume: Data Proves There Is a Formula
By Siri Hedreen | July 02, 2019

Here's the formula for getting hired.

Job Hunting Tips for New Grads and Seasoned Professionals
By Kiely Kuligowski | June 26, 2019

If you're embarking on a new career, here's how to land that dream job.

LinkedIn's New Tools Can Help You Find Top Talent
By Derek Walter | June 17, 2019

The Jobs, Recruiter and Pipeline Builder tools are being unified on LinkedIn.

How to Become a Day Trader
By Bennett Conlin | June 11, 2019

Becoming a consistently successful day trader can take years, but it's possible.

How to Prepare for a Career Fair
By Skye Schooley | May 29, 2019

Proper preparation is essential to making a positive impression at a career fair.

Facebook, Google Have the Highest-Paid Internships
By Andrew Martins | May 15, 2019

A new study from Glassdoor lists this year's top-paying entry-level jobs and internships.

How to Age-Proof Your Resume
By Jennifer Post | May 13, 2019

If you're a workforce veteran but are new to the job hunt, follow these tips.

Common Resume Mistakes to Avoid
By Nicole Fallon | May 06, 2019

Here are a few of the most common mistakes people make on their resumes and how to avoid them the next time you apply for a job.

After the Interview: Sample Thank-You Letters
By Kiely Kuligowski | May 01, 2019

You nailed the interview – what now? Send a thank-you note, like one of these.

Study: What Job Seekers Want
By Andrew Martins | April 30, 2019

Survey says workers still have trouble finding jobs, despite growing economy.

Laid off or Fired? Don't Fret, Better Employment Awaits
By Andrew Martins | April 19, 2019

A new study found that roughly 60% of laid-off workers go on to better paying jobs.

Government Touts 196,000 New Jobs, Unemployment Down in March
By Andrew Martins | April 08, 2019

Last month saw a 196,000 uptick in new jobs, according to the Department of Labor.

Anonymous Survey Finds 1 in 10 Lied on Their Resume
By Andrew Martins | April 04, 2019

Have you ever lied on a resume? A recent study by Blind says you're not alone.

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.

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 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.

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.

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.

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...

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...

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.

11 Resume Myths Busted: Realities Revealed
By Business News Daily Editor | February 05, 2019

Simple résumé fixes, from length to content, that may help you get the job.

Red Flags to Watch for in a Job Interview
By Saige Driver | January 30, 2019

Even though hiring managers are conducting the interview, job seekers need to judge the company too. Here are red flags to watch out for in a company.

How to Become a Real Estate Agent
By Elizabeth Peterson | January 28, 2019

Real estate agents guide clients through the complex processes of purchasing, selling, or renting properties.

They Asked What? 7 Job Interview Questions from Hell
By Business News Daily Editor | January 25, 2019

What kind of questions do you ask?

10 LinkedIn Alternatives for Job Seekers
By Sammi Caramela | January 24, 2019

Here are 10 alternative networking sites and apps you can use as part of your search.