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How to Write a Thank-You Note When You Didn’t Get the Job

Test the letter you send after you didn't get the job to make sure it's gracious enough to build bridges.

How to Ensure Your References Are Gender-Neutral

Studies indicate the language often used to describe female professionals weakens their appeal to hiring managers.

5 Personal Branding Trends of 2011

2011 brings new tools and Web sites to end your personal brand schizophrenia and take more control of the message you’re sending.

Job Search in Your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s

As you age, you will want to change the types of jobs you seek, the personal brand you introduce, even the way you present your resume.

8 Jobs That Pay Well

A look at eight of the high-paying occupations and industries gaining traction.

To Every Season

Is there a best time of year to search for a new job?

No Finish Line

A marathon runner determines training and running 26 miles to be easier than the job search, where she can’t control the finish line, if there is one.

Manufacturers Fired Too Many

Manufacturers fired more than necessary.

Start Working Before You’re Hired

Present yourself as an expert by building a business plan for the company and present yourself as the one to execute it.

Pick an Industry Before It Blows Up

Go to the front of the line by finding the next industry or specialty about to grow and make it look like you were made to have that job.

The Perpetual Job Search

Whether you are looking to climb inside your organization or find a new job, step carefully and always make progress.

The Candidate’s Worst Enemy

What happens when you open your mouth to say the wrong thing at the right time?

Working the Phones

While much of the job search moves online, some recruiters find nothing replaces the reliable telephone.

10 New Year’s Resolutions You Need to Make

As the calendar turns to 2017, think about the things you can do to make it great -- like landing a new job.

Finding a Job Without a College Degree

Bill Gates never graduated from college.

9 Questions to Ask Before You Accept a Job Offer

Is the job offer right for you?

Hiring Manager’s Brain Exposed

Hiring Manager Jillian Zavitz unveils her brain and what she looks for when she reviews a resume.

”The Company Men” Is All Too Real

Many moviegoers will see themselves, and their stress, in the characters of "The Company Men,” a movie about unemployed executives starring Ben Affleck, Chris Cooper and Tommy Lee Jones.

The Holiday Hiring Myth

Many believe companies do little hiring in December, but HR execs call it a myth.

Salary Negotiation Isn’t Pretty

When it comes to salary, women tend to take the agreeable route to avoid negotiating.

Social Networking Do’s and Don’ts

Experts weigh in on the do's and don'ts of using social media to look for your next job.

Confidence and Preparation Trump Recession

Sales engineer leaves Microsoft rather than relocate.

The Recruits of the ‘Big Green Book’

Thomas Publishing, best known for its "Big Green Books," no longer prints a book.

Show You Mean Business by Starting Your Own

Business doesn't stop, nor should you.

Why Have You Been Out of Work So Long?

Whatever you do, have an answer to the question — why have you been out of work so long?