Struggling to keep track of all those job applications you send out week after week? Now there’s a new free Web app to help with that.
While a pink slip of paper sitting ominously in a mailbox means “you’re fired” in the movies, nobody seems to have had this experience in real life.
If you count yourself among the millions of unemployed Americans, then you’ll want to bone up on the tax consequences of your status to make sure you aren't paying Uncle Sam more than you should.
These famous men and women each have profiles on LinkedIn, so MainStreet had hiring experts weigh in on what they are doing right and what mistakes they’re making.
You may have thought the employee orientation you sat through when you started a new job was just about signing boring paperwork, but a study shows that these pre-work meetings may serve an important purpose.
Employment discrimination laws have come a long way, but they aren’t perfect. Here’s when an employer can and cannot get away with discriminating against an applicant.
A new report from the Brookings Institution sheds new light on the green economy and its implications for workers.
Many U.S. companies have six harsh words for those currently out of work: If you’re unemployed, don’t bother applying.
You landed a job despite the struggling economy, congratulations! But is it a good fit for your personality or your long-term career? Here are seven red flags that a job might not be right for you.
If you’ve been laid off multiple times in a short period of time, you may be able to collect unemployment, but how much and how long varies widely from state to state.