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1. What Will Happen to Paula Deen's Employees?
Lots of people were curious to find out what happens to workers when the boss (and her brand) tank. There also might have been just the teeniest bit of schadenfreude involved in our interest in the decline and fall of the queen of butter.
2. 3 Things You Should Never Say at Work
Did you make any of these career-killing statements in 2013?
3. 5 Career Lessons You Can Learn From Miley Cyrus
Do not twerk at work.
4. Have You Committed Any of These 7 Deadly Career Sins?
Arrogance and selfishness and incompetence, oh my -- the worst things you can do for your career are also bad news for your life and relationships outside of work.
5. Crazy Workplace Rules You Won't Believe
At some companies, you do not actually have the right to grow the facial hair of your choosing.
6. 5 Reasons Recruiters Are Ignoring Your LinkedIn Profile
Your co-workers and friends are inundated with messages from recruiters, but you're like the loneliest wallflower at the dance. Here's why.
7. 5 Things Mentally Strong People Never Do
True toughness means never giving up on your dreams or surrendering your power.
8. 5 Signs Telling You It's Time to Leave Your Job for Bigger and Better Things
We've all had that sinking feeling that our career is going nowhere. Sometimes, it's just a bad day. Sometimes, it's time to move on.
9. Would Your Name Be on the Layoff List?
Here's how to make sure you're never part of the one club you never want to join.
10. Bad Managers Are the No. 1 Reason People Leave Their Jobs
Unsurprisingly, bad bosses make for unhappy workers. You don't have to love your boss, but if you don't have a decent working relationship with him or her, you won't last long at your job.
Here's hoping that 2014 is a year of good bosses, great jobs, and career stories that help us be our best selves, in the workplace and out of it.
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