Author: Anne Krook

Anne Krook is the author of "Now What Do I Say?": Practical Workplace Advice for Younger Women, available from Amazon and as an iBook. Find her at www.annekrook.com.

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Deciphering Data to Navigate Ahead Webinar

Deciphering Data: Using Crowd and Company Sourced Data to Navigate Ahead Webinar Recording While navigating these unprecedented times, we want to help in any way that we can. As current events cause unpredictable market changes, you need the freshest salary da
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No Job Yet? Do This

Starting to panic because you have finished college or your training program, but you don’t have a job yet? As time passes, you’re likely to start feeling like everybody else has already been hired, so it’s natural for worry to set in. What s
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How to Establish a Good Relationship With Your Boss

Congratulations – you got a job! That’s a huge accomplishment for a recent grad in this economy. Now, though, it’s time to learn how to succeed in that job.The biggest difference between school or training and a job is having a full-time boss. Ge
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6 Things You Must Do Before You Leave College

Getting ready to graduate? Congratulations! Leaving for some other reason? Keep reading: this blog post is for you, too. (Photo Credit:Luftphilia/Flickr) It’s easy to get swept up in the madcap pace of everything that goes on as you get ready to leave co
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How to Talk to Your Parents About Majoring in the Humanities

Choosing to major in any of the humanities disciplines brings with it many intellectual challenges and rewards. You learn a new body of knowledge, how to think, read, and write about it critically, and how to engage in disputes over its issues in productive...
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4 Things You Must Do After Your Annual Performance Review

Your annual performance review is over. Hopefully, you have some new goals to work on and a few pats on the back to keep you motivated. Now what? When employees finish their annual performance review, chances are they are thinking something like, “Yech.