Not every industry struggled during the recession and the recovery. A few like health care and online publishing actually enjoyed rapid growth.
Don’t ever call an employer out of the blue asking for a job. You’ll have better luck sending a well thought-out email.
The unemployment rate remained stagnant in February even though the economy added more than 200,000 jobs. Here’s why that actually may be a really good sign.
A new calculator from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta peels away some of the mystery of how to predict short- and long-term changes in the unemployment rate.
Leaving food in the office fridge and listening to loud music may not seem that troublesome to you, but it sure won’t win you any points with co-workers. Here are some of the most annoying office behaviors to avoid.
Looking to make a career change? Here are six cool positions that may just be your next dream job.
Four in five Americans said they want to switch jobs in a recent survey. What’s motivating their desire for change?
Relocation fees vary based on the company and the candidate, but here are a few factors to keep in mind before you ask your employer to foot the bill.
Before you pick someone to be one of your references, make sure they’re able to answer these questions.
It’s not just applicants who occasionally act unprofessionally in a job interview. Even hiring managers and human resources professionals have been known to behave inappropriately.