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Six High-Paying Jobs for Gen Y Workers
Six High-Paying Jobs for Gen Y WorkersBy Alida Moore, PayScale.com When it comes to choosing a career, which jobs give Gen Y workers the best chance of making a high salary? ...
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Interviewing on the Sly
Interviewing on the SlyTips for Employed Job SeekersBy John Rossheim, Monster Senior Contributing Writer When searching for a new job, dealing with prospective employers is ...
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Prepare Early for Maternity Leave
Prepare Early for Maternity LeaveBy Michele Marrinan, Monster Contributing Writer Life used to be simple: You fell in love, got married and had a baby. Mom stayed home, and dad ...
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Overeating on the Job
Overeating on the JobWatch Out for Snack Platters and Food PushersBy Heather BoernerBetween coworker birthday cakes, shared holiday-party leftovers, staff meetings with Danishes ...
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What to Do When Your New Job Is a Nightmare
What to Do When Your New Job Is a NightmareBy Caroline M.L. PotterYou just started a new job. Its like a dream come true -- except when its not. Wha should you do when you accept ...
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The Occasional Telecommuter: Tips for At-Home Productivity
The Occasional Telecommuter: Tips for At-Home ProductivityBy Margaret SteenMaybe youre trying to cut back on driving to save money on gas. Maybe you want to spend less time ...
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Online Shopping on the Job
Online Shopping on the JobTips for Avoiding Unnecessary Job RisksBy Caroline M.L. PotterMove over, Black Friday. Cyber Monday is aiming to usurp your position as Americas biggest ...
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Nine Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs
Nine Characteristics of Successful EntrepreneursBy Ruchira Agrawal, Monster Contributing WriterHave you ever thought about striking out on your own? After all, being your own ...
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May I Speak to the Manager?
May I Speak to the Manager?By Malcolm Fleschner, Monster Contributing Writer You can never know for sure what customers might say, but its a pretty safe bet that most retail ...
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Gift-Giving Guidelines for Colleagues, Clients
Gift-Giving Guidelines for Colleagues, ClientsBy Caroline LevchuckThe holidays can be the most wonderful -- or perilous -- time of year when you factor in giving gifts in and ...
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Five Myths About Performance Reviews
Five Myths About Performance ReviewsBy Larry Buhl, Monster Contributing Writer There are few workplace rituals more dreaded than the annual performance review.According to a 2012 ...
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Four Types of Political Players in the Office
Four Types of Political Players in the OfficeBy Larry BuhlThe campaign trail isnt the only place to find political players -- your office may be loaded with them as well. In a ...
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How to Get Along with a Coworker You Hate
How to Get Along with a Coworker You HateBy Cheryl Stein, Monster Canada Personal CoachThe reality of life is that sometimes we have to work with people we dont like. Worse than ...
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From HR Employee to HR Business Owner
From HR Employee to HR Business OwnerBy Roberta Chinsky Matuson, Monster Contributing Writer Is your earnings potential limited by your companys salary structure? Do you yearn ...
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Balance Work and Life as an HR Professional
Balance Work and Life as an HR ProfessionalBy Roberta Chinsky Matuson, Monster Contributing Writer Can an HR professional really have a career and family without tipping the ...
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Positive Bias Is Dangerous, Too
Positive Bias Is Dangerous, TooBy Sondra Thiederman, Monster Contributing Writer Bias is alive and well in the American workplace. Although blatant examples of discrimination, ...
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Twelve Tips for Managing your Business during a Vacation
Twelve Tips for Managing your Business during a Vacation By: John Rossheim, Monster Senior Contributing WriterManagers and vacations dont always mix. So how can you possibly pull ...
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Four Ways to Earn Respect at Your First Job
Four Ways to Earn Respect at Your First JobBy Peter Vogt, Monster Senior Contributing Writer When youve worked so hard to get that first job after college, the last thing you ...
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Employee Surveys: Still Useful for HR? What Are They Good For and How Should You Use Them?
Employee Surveys: Still Useful for HR?What Are They Good For and How Should You Use Them?By Louise Kursmark, Monster Contributing Writer Is it time for your annual employee ...
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What to Do If Your Boss Is Incompetent
What to Do If Your Boss Is Incompetent By Bob Weinstein, Monster Contributing Writer If its any consolation, youre not alone if youre saddled with an incompetent boss.Thousands ...
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Five Tips for Standing Out in Your First Job
Five Tips for Standing Out in Your First JobBy Alexandra Levit, for Yahoo! HotJobsHopefully, this isnt news to recent college graduates, but the workplace is more competitive ...
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Temp in HR
Temp in HRBy Roberta Chinsky Matuson, Monster Contributing Writer Youve been trying to break into HR for awhile now, so a friend suggests you contact a temporary placement agency ...
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Anger Management for the Office
Anger Management for the OfficeHow to Handle Incidents of Office RageBy Christopher Lisotta, for Yahoo! HotJobsResearch shows a welcome decline in workplace stress, but, like an ...
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Global HR
Global HRBy Nina Segal, Monster Contributing Writer With business and the economy becoming globally focused, many companies are sending their employees overseas. This global ...
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What If Your Boss Really Is a Jerk?
What If Your Boss Really Is a Jerk?By Bruce Tulgan, RainmakerThinking Inc. Based on Its Okay to Manage Your Boss Have you ever had a boss who really was a complete jerk? Maybe ...
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What It Takes to Move from Admin into HR
What It Takes to Move from Admin into HRBy Therese Droste, Monster Contributing Writer Are you interested in working in human resources but fear you lack the experience? Many ...
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Five Tips for Employee Sourcing
Five Tips for Employee Sourcing By: Lou Adler, Monster Contributing WriterWe recruiters have become lazy and fallen into an odious trap. We were seduced by the Internet and ...
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Is your Company a Great Place to Work?
Is your Company a Great Place to Work? By: Connie Blaszczyk, Managing Editor, Resource CenterThe Great Place to Work Institute, co-founded by Amy Lyman, recently announced their ...
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49% of Workers Admit to Calling in ˇ§Sickˇ¨ to Enjoy Summer!
In a recent Monster homepage poll, we asked visitor about their summertime work habits X specifically, Have you ever called in sick from work in order to enjoy beautiful summer ...
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Workplace Bullying: How to Stop It and Get Your Career Back
Catherine Mattice is the president of Civility Partners, a training and consulting firm focused on helping organizations build positive workplace cultures. She runs the ...
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Four Steps to Help Sales and Marketing Play Nice Together
Four Steps to Help Sales and Marketing Play Nice Together By: Phil Fernandez, President and CEO, MarketoIts not an easy task to encourage marketing and sales to communicate ...
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10 Excuses for Missing Work
10 Excuses for Missing WorkBy Michele Marrinan, Monster Contributing Writer Weve all been there. Its a beautiful day, and you cant bear the thought of going into work. So you ...
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Getting your Moneysˇ¦ Worth: Salary Negotiation Tips for Employers
By: Jim Hopkinson, author of Salary Tutor: Learn the Salary Negotiation Secrets No One Ever Taught YouThe moment of truth has arrived. After weeks of research, networking, ...
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4 Truths and Principles About Career Transition
By Guest Blogger Deborah ShaneWriting my book in 2010, Career Transition: Make the Shift , was a reflective and cathartic process.I got to see more clearly that career transition ...
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Family-Friendly Employee Benefits: Create a Win-Win for Hourly Workers
Family-Friendly Employee Benefits: Create a Win-Win for Hourly Workers By: Donna FennIn an economy that is still struggling to recover, its imperative for companies to make sure ...
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When the New Boss Ruins Your Work Life
When the New Boss Ruins Your Work LifeBy Therese Droste, Monster Contributing Writer For the past few years, your work life has been grand. You like your job, colleagues and ...
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What You Can Do About Workplace Violence
What You Can Do About Workplace ViolenceBy Roberta Chinsky Matuson, Monster Contributing Writer Violence in the workplace makes headlines all too often. According to the National ...
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The Resume Is Alive and Well
By Charles Purdy, Monster.com Senior EditorI really dislike news stories with a The resume is dead! message -- such as No More Resumes, Say Some Firms in the Wall Street Journal ...
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Seven Employer Danger Signs: When to Turn Down a Job Offer
Seven Employer Danger Signs: When to Turn Down a Job OfferBy Charles Purdy, Monster Senior EditorAccording to the US Department of Labor, the average employed adult spends 7.5 ...
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Eight Bad Work Habits -- and How to Break Them
Eight Bad Work Habits -- and How to Break ThemBy Margaret SteenWhen youre considering goals for yourself, dont forget to examine your work life. What changes could you make to ...
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Job Search Advice - 12 Tips for Phone Interviews
Ellyn Enisman is the author of Job Interview Skills 101: The Course You Forgot to Take. She has over 27 years of experience in interview coaching, career counseling, corporate ...
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Five Signs You're in the Wrong Job
Five Signs Youre in the Wrong JobBy Amanda Frank, Monster Contributing WriterYoure not quite content at work, nevertheless you shuttle to and fro your job every business day. You ...
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Your Hiring Goal: To Be the Dumbest One in the Room
Your Hiring Goal: To Be the Dumbest One in the RoomBy: Darren Hardy, author of The Compound Effect: Jumpstart Your Income, Your Life, Your SuccessAs Publisher of SUCCESS ...
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Seven Deadly Sins for New Hires
By Larry BuhlCongratulations, you landed the job! The hard part is over, right? Not exactly. Your first few weeks in a new company are crucial -- they can determine whether your ...
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How Admins Can Develop Leadership Skills
By Margot Carmichael Lester, Monster Contributing Writer In todays workplace, anyone in an administrative job is expected to possess many skills that extend beyond computer ...
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The Biggest Resume Mistake You Can Make
By Caroline M.L. Potter Your resume is the most important document in any job search. But what if youre submitting resume after resume and receiving no results at all -- not even ...
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Group Interviews: How to Impress Everyone
By Margaret Steen Even under the best circumstances, job interviews can be intimidating. But the group interview -- where you are grilled by a team of potential new colleagues -- ...
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Nine Things Never to Say in a Job Interview
By Charles Purdy, Monster Senior EditorWhen youre searching for a job, landing an interview can feel like a huge success -- and it is, but for most open positions, the interview ...
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What Are Your Greatest Strengths and Weaknesses?
By Carole Martin, Monster Contributing Writer Marie is about to interview two candidates for the customer service manager position. Her candidates are Francine and William. As ...
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Recruiter Roundtable: Interview Fashion and Grooming Tips
By Yahoo! HotJobsThe Recruiter Roundtable is a monthly feature that collects career and job-seeking advice from a group of recruiting experts throughout the US. The question we ...
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Six Signs of Career Derailment
ByBarbara Reinhold, Monster Contributing WriterGetting bumped off the track on your way to the top is every high achievers recurring nightmare. How can you be sure it doesnt ...
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How to Decide on Resume Length
By Kim Isaacs, Monster Resume Expert How long should my resume be? is one of the most commonly asked questions about resumes. Not too long ago, job seekers were told that a ...
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How to Love the Job You Have
By Roberta Chinsky Matuson, for Yahoo! HotJobsBefore we entered into this historic recession, it was easy to leave a job you didnt love. All you had to do was knock on the door ...
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Why Should We Hire You?
By Carole Martin, Monster Contributing Writer Why should we hire you? is another common interview question that can take you down the wrong road unless youve done some thinking ...
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Resume Dilemma: No Defined Objective
By Kim Isaacs, Monster Resume Expert You need a job but arent sure of your career direction right now, or maybe this tough job market has left you willing to consider just about ...
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Four Reasons to Revise Your Resume
By Caroline Levchuck, Yahoo! HotJobsFor some folks, updating a resume is as much fun as getting a tooth pulled. But keeping your resume current is painful only when you havent ...
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Five Ways to Keep Your Career Moving Forward
By Caroline M.L. Potter, Yahoo! HotJobsThe wisdom expressed in the adage a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush is applicable to job seekers. It is usually far easier to ...
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Four Ways to Make Job Resolutions Work
By Caroline Levchuck, Yahoo! HotJobsEvery January, millions of people make New Years resolutions, many of which are work-related.Get a new job. Get a promotion. Get a ...
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Use Cleverness with Caution in the Interview
By Tom Musbach, Yahoo! HotJobsWell-meaning job seekers sometimes get too creative when making their cases to potential employers, such as the candidate who said he was allergic ...
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Tell Me About a Time When...
Be Ready for the Behavioral Interview QuestionsByCarole Martin, Monster Contributing Writer As soon as you hear the words, Tell me about a time when... you should be aware that ...
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10 Ways to Make the Most of an Informational Interview
By Caroline M.L. Potter, Yahoo! HotJobsDont have any prospects for a job interview? Try setting up someinformational interviews. A great way to grow your network and gain ...
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Master the Annual Review
ByLee Miller, Monster Contributing WriterYou would think that working hard, doing a good job and getting results would guarantee a good annual review and a decent salary ...
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Do Your Research Before a Job Interview
By Charles Purdy, MonsterHotJobs Senior EditorYou hear it all the time from career experts: Research the company before you go into a job interview. But what does that mean, ...
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Nonverbal Communications: Escape the Pitfalls
ByCarole Martin, Monster Contributing WriterIt begins even before you say your first word in an interview. As the interviewer walks toward you to shake hands, an opinion is ...
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10 Words and Terms That Ruin a Resume
By Charles Purdy, Monster Senior EditorYour resume needs an update -- that is, if your resume is like that of most people, its not as good as it could be. The problem is ...
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Starting a New Job, Hanging onto Old Fears?
Experts Offer Five Tips on How to Shake Post-Layoff Insecurities and Make a Fresh Start at a New JobByMegan Malugani, Monster Contributing WriterA layoff humbled you and ...
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Five Ways to Say 'I'm Unprofessional'
By Peter Vogt, Monster Senior Contributing Writer In most job-filling situations, the employer has the luxury of choosing from several well-qualified applicants, all of whom ...
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What Would Your Colleagues Say About You?
By Margot Carmichael Lester, Monster Contributing Writer Its one of the more challenging job interview questions: What would your colleagues say about you? Instead of fumbling ...
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Cover Letter Etiquette
By Kim Isaacs, Monster Resume Expert Job seekers often spend countless hours developing their resumes and then treat their cover letters as an afterthought. This can be a ...
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Depression at Work
By Matt Krumrie, Monster Contributing Writer How serious is depression on the job? According to nationwide labor reports and studies, its more serious than most of us realize. ...
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Selling Yourself in the Job Interview
By Charles Purdy, MonsterHotJobs Senior EditorEvery job interview is different -- but some general principles can guide you in just about any interview, for any job. When youre ...
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Revamp Your Online Image
ByNicoleWilliams.com staffMany young professionals are all over the Web, especially on social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace. But what might be cute and funny to ...
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Is Your Job Causing You to Put on Pounds?
By Robert DiGiacomo, for Yahoo HotJobs!While your job cant be blamed directly for your putting on the pounds, the potent combination of too much work stress, too little sleep and ...
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Using Tact with a Rude Interviewer
By Carla-Krystin Andrade, for Yahoo! HotJobsBe courteous is a fundamental rule of interviewing. But what do you do when the interviewers behavior is offensive? You want to ace ...
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What Your Workspace Says About You
By Larry Buhl, for Yahoo! HotJobsIf you spend a lot of time at a desk, personalizing the space makes sense -- whether its a private corner office or a shared cubicle. But just as ...
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Don't Hesitate to Self-Promote
ByChristine F. Della Monaca, Monster Staff WriterYour hard work, dedication to your job and long hours speak for themselves. Come promotion time, your boss will see youre the ...
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Do You Have Any Questions?
By Carole Martin, Monster Contributing Writer Surprisingly, the most common answer to the interview question, Do you have any questions? is no. Not only is this the wrong answer, ...
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Awkward Interview Follow-Ups
By Gladys Stone Fred Whelan, Monster Contributing Writers Have you ever left an interview knowing something went awry? It can happen for a variety of reasons: Your gut tells you ...
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Interview Questions - Why Were You Fired?
By Carole Martin, Monster Contributing Writer I had a great boss, but he left. From the very beginning it was clear my new boss and I were going to be at odds -- we just had ...
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Cover Letters That Catch the Eye
By Heather Boerner, for Yahoo! HotJobsThrow away your form letter. These days, getting your cover letter noticed means getting creative.A good cover letter can be the difference ...
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Summer Office Attire: What Not to Wear to Work
By Robert DiGiacomo, for Yahoo! HotJobsNo matter how high the temperature rises, the right business clothes still make a strong statement in the workplace.Experts say that no ...
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Four Cover Letter Flubs to Avoid
By Caroline Levchuck, Yahoo! HotJobsResumes get a lot of attention during a job hunt. However, dont forget to give your cover letter its due. After all, employers usually review ...
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How to Tame the Hostile Interviewer
Three Interview Techniques to Help You Take ControlBy Gladys Stone Fred Whelan, Monster Contributing Writers Weve all been in interviews when it seems like all the interviewer ...
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10 Ways to Make the Most of an Interview's First 10 Minutes
By Caroline M.L. Potter, Yahoo! HotJobsYou have only one chance to make a good first impression -- and only a few minutes to do just that in a job interview.According to a Robert ...
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Need More Luck in Your Career?
Five Ways to Capitalize on Lucky ChancesBy Robert DiGiacomo, for Yahoo! HotJobsCareer luck isnt something you can get from a rabbits foot, four-leaf clover or other symbol of ...
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The One-Page Resume vs. the Two-Page Resume
Best Practices for Resume LengthBy Margot Carmichael Lester, Monster Contributing Writer Resume length is one of those issues that vexes job seekers. So we asked a panel of ...
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Resume Help for the Unemployed
By Kim Isaacs, Monster Resume Expert Mounting a job search when youre unemployed may leave you feeling like you cant compete with your gainfully employed peers. This just isnt ...
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Dressing for the Interview by Industry
By Peter Vogt, Monster Senior Contributing Writer Theres no getting around it: In every job interview, youre going to be judged -- at least partially -- by how you look. But how ...
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Understand Smart Resume Packaging vs. Exaggeration
By Peter Vogt, Monster Senior Contributing Writer To get ahead in a competitive entry-level job market, some college students are giving serious thought to the unthinkable: Lying ...
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Competent Jerks and Lovable Fools
The Likeability Factor at WorkBy Heidi LaFleche, Monster Contributing Writer Do your coworkers like you? Or do they avoid you like day-old conference-room bagels? Does it matter, ...
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Stay on Track to Move Up in Your Career
By Barbara Reinhold, Monster Contributing Writer Getting bumped off the track on your way to the top is every high-achievers recurring nightmare. How can you be sure it doesnt ...
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Interview Take-Along Checklist
By Christine F. Della Monaca, Monster Staff Writer Youre interviewing for a job tomorrow, and you think youve done all the interview preparation you need to do. Youve practiced ...
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Sample Resignation Letter
By Kim Isaacs, Monster Resume Expert Whether youre leaving your employer on good terms or not, its proper protocol to submit a letter of resignation. You might be tempted to ...
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What Did You Like Least About Your Last Job?
By Carole Martin, Monster Contributing Writer What did you like least about your last job? is something of atrap in a job interview, because its asking you for a negative answer. ...
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The Six Species of Interviewers
Adapted from Monster Careers: InterviewingBy Doug Hardy, Monster Staff Writer Over the years, Ive noticed that people who interview job candidates tend to develop a distinct ...
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Take Charge of Your Own Career Planning
Gone are the days when a company would dictate your career path. Now, with employers more focused on their business plans than on employees career plans, career development is ...
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10 To-Dos Before You Move for Work
Whether its on your own or for a specific job offer, you need to move for your career. The idea can be exciting yet frightening and overwhelming at the same time.What do you do ...
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Are You Getting Interviews, But Not the Job?
How to Diagnose Where You Might Be Going Wrong By John Rossheim, Monster Senior Contributing Writer Your resume has earned you interviews with several employers over the past ...
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Channel Your Cover Letter Feedback
Feeling overwhelmed by the cover letter feedback youve received? Not sure where to begin to make improvements? If youve had a cover letter critique and are now faced with harsh ...
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What's Your Resume Objective?
The first step to creating a high-impact resume is determining what youre trying to accomplish. With a clearly defined career objective, you can write a resume that conveys the ...
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Should You Go Back to School During a Recession?
Two Laid-Off Workers Rethink Careers, Rediscover Passions by Heading Back to ClassOn the heels of more than 10 years as a professional journalist, Heather Lalley has found ...
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