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To land the job, you have to do the groundwork and position yourself right.

3 Ways To Impress Prospective Employers When Transitioning To A New Career

To land the job, you have to do the groundwork and position yourself right.

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine

You’ve launched your own business. Now there’s someone you’d absolutely love to hire—and you don’t have much money. What to do?

Hiring Employees Spectacularly on a Shoestring Budget

You’ve launched your own business. Now there’s someone you’d absolutely love to hire—and you don’t have much money. What to do?

by Kara Baskin

Don’t fall into the trap of thinking the initial offer is non-negotiable. Fight (nicely) for what you want.

How to Negotiate A Killer Severance Package

Don’t fall into the trap of thinking the initial offer is non-negotiable. Fight (nicely) for what you want.

by Kara Baskin

 If you don’t have the money for the staff you need, it’s time to get creative. Check out this 6-point plan.

Hire Brilliantly on a Start-Up Budget

If you don’t have the money for the staff you need, it’s time to get creative. Check out this 6-point plan.

by Kara Baskin

How to say no with tact and grace

The Liberation of Setting Boundaries

How to say no with tact and grace

by Kara Baskin

How to turn a job offer into the role you crave—right where you already work

4 Rules for Landing a Great Counteroffer

How to turn a job offer into the role you crave—right where you already work

by Kara Barkin

 6 steps to changing your hours—and your attitude

Build Flexibility Into Your Job

6 steps to changing your hours—and your attitude

by Kara Baskin

How to negotiate for what you really want

What’s More Important Than Money?

How to negotiate for what you really want

by Kara Baskin

 We often undercharge for our work because we undervalue ourselves

Do You Know What You’re Worth?

We often undercharge for our work because we undervalue ourselves

by Kara Baskin

5 surprising ways you might be revealing your age before you wow them with your experience. Here are resume mistakes to avoid.

Does Your Résumé Give Away Your Age?

5 surprising ways you might be revealing your age before you wow them with your experience. Here are resume mistakes to avoid.

by Douglas Quenqua

Well-known employers and universities are not the only way to make an impression

No Brand Names on Your Resume? Establish Credibility 3 Ways

Well-known employers and universities are not the only way to make an impression

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine

Whether you’re Chief Happiness Officer or VP of Sales, turbocharge the way you describe yourself.

How Much Horsepower Does Your Title Have?

Whether you’re Chief Happiness Officer or VP of Sales, turbocharge the way you describe yourself.

by Renita T. Kalhorn

Strategies to keep your per-hour rate on target when clients demand more and more.

5 Crucial Steps To Renegotiate a Client Contract

Strategies to keep your per-hour rate on target when clients demand more and more.

by Elizabeth MacBride

There’s more than meets the eye. Boost your candidacy by reading between the lines.

The Secret Language of Job Postings

There’s more than meets the eye. Boost your candidacy by reading between the lines.

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine

If you’re an experienced professional hoping to enter (or stay in) a youth-centric industry, here’s how.

How To Break Into a Young Industry

If you’re an experienced professional hoping to enter (or stay in) a youth-centric industry, here’s how.

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine

With two offers in hand, can I afford to wait for the job I really want?

“Can I stall a job offer without losing it?”

With two offers in hand, can I afford to wait for the job I really want?

by Kathy Caprino

You’ve earned the right to work with and for people you respect. Here’s how to make sure it happens.

5 Types of Toxic Clients—and How to Manage Them

You’ve earned the right to work with and for people you respect. Here’s how to make sure it happens.

by Elaine Pofeldt

When you’ve jumped around in your career, personal branding is trickier. Here’s how it’s done.

Capitalize on Your Eclectic Experience

When you’ve jumped around in your career, personal branding is trickier. Here’s how it’s done.

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine

What not to say in a job interview? Here are the world’s worst interview answers - and what you should say instead.

Over 40? 7 Things Never To Say in a Job Interview

What not to say in a job interview? Here are the world’s worst interview answers - and what you should say instead.

by Sarah Mahoney

The stakes are higher and you need different skills. Here’s our checklist to knock ’em dead.

Are You Ready for That Call-Back Interview?

The stakes are higher and you need different skills. Here’s our checklist to knock ’em dead.

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine

Should I tailor it to the job or let my purpose shine?

“What makes a resume memorable?”

Should I tailor it to the job or let my purpose shine?

by Kathy Caprino

8 steps to a brighter future.

“Can I prepare for career change in my spare time?”

8 steps to a brighter future.

by Kathy Caprino

Companies are always hiring. You just have to know the way in.

“We’re Not Hiring” Is a Lie

Companies are always hiring. You just have to know the way in.

by Penelope Trunk

Small business coach Ronna Lichtenberg says the answer is focus, focus, focus.

“How do I grow my personal services business?”

Small business coach Ronna Lichtenberg says the answer is focus, focus, focus.

by Ronna Lichtenberg

First-of-the-year is a special time for job seekers, employees and entrepreneurs alike. Here’s how to get a job, boost your career or your business.

How To Get a Job in January

First-of-the-year is a special time for job seekers, employees and entrepreneurs alike. Here’s how to get a job, boost your career or your business.

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine