You really want the job and it seems like a good move for your career. But how can you tell if you'll like the job, once you take it? There are a few questions you can ask during your interview that will help you spot a toxic work environment, before you get stuck in it.
What do admissions officers, recruiters, or potential suitors have in common? The first thing they're going to do is Google you and dig for dirt on your social media profiles.
Some bosses seem to think they are the center of the universe. They can be extremely difficult people to work with or for, but before you run screaming from the office, consider these four ways to cope.
Just a few years ago, Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso was Dumpster diving for bagels, shoplifting, and hitchhiking her way across the country. She had no idea what she wanted to do with her life -- let alone for a career -- and yet, today, she is now CEO of a $100 million e-commerce company.
With the welcome approach of summer and warm weather, many of us excitedly stash our wool sweaters and winter clothing away and stock our closets with lightweight attire. As much as we want to be comfortable at the office, tank tops and flip-flops are career-limiting moves. Follow these four rules to be taken seriously -- without spending breaking the summer dress code.
You've been in your current role for at least two years and you know you’re ready for the next level. You need that promotion, and now, but your boss hasn't spoken about it yet and you don't know how to broach the topic without sounding too demanding. Here's what to do.
Resilience is the ability to bounce back after traumatic experiences. It is also the ability to thrive under pressure and in stressful situations. Increase your resilience, and you'll be able to achieve more and enjoy career success.
Life after high school or at a time of transition is like a Choose Your Own Adventure novel, and sometimes seeing that you have choices is all that matters. Here’s a list of ideas that will jump-start your brainstorming if traditional college is not for you.
Life and work would be so much simpler if everything was in black or white. Unfortunately, we deal predominantly in shades of gray. So how do you handle work situations with a boss who tests your limits and breaches your belief system? If only choosing your own boss was an option!