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Procrastination: Tips to Avoid Its Subtle Sabotage

Tips to avoid procrastination and its effects on your job search.

Loaned Office Space Pays Off for Banker

After being laid off, Detroit banker Jeff Ciochetto lands a job with M&T Bank in Pennsylvania in just six months.

Regional Sales Manager Finds Higher Pay in Medical Sales

In a shrinking economy, sales manager, Michael Meyer, led a bold job search for an employer that could offer higher pay in the medical field "Some days, in sales you can feel like you are on top of the world.

Landing a Job — Without Relocating or Switching Sectors

Market researcher lands job without picking up her life in Bethesda, Md.

Hired! Dentist Bridges Gap as Salesman

"I’m not the Tooth Fairy!

The Noble Job of a Manager in 2009

If anyone can pull us out of the recession, it is business managers.

Dress Code Timeline: The Demise of Your Professional Style

A timeline outlining how executives dress code attire gets sloppy with time.

Style Day to Night — No Wardrobe Switch Required

Three ways to transform your office look into appropriate evening attire.

Project Manager Deploys Army Training to Land Sales Job

Michael Stark leveraged his army aviation experience to land a sales job in Waco, Texas that required aircraft knowledge.

Hired! Steering Away from the Auto Industry Crisis

Platform manager leaves Detroit’s auto industry and lands director of quality job in Missouri.

Switching Industries: Exec Tells All

Kevin left a top consumer products company and moved halfway across the U.

Ace Performance Reviews in a Down Economy

A raise is a reward, not a right.

Cashing In at Dow Jones

A software developer focuses his job search on financial services and lands a job at Dow Jones.

Designer Clears Security to Land Defense Job in DC

A Washingtonian looks for a new job in Washington, DC’s defense industry.

Greatness In Times of Career Hardship — and Career Prosperity

Professionals are often very diligent about their career when they don’t have a job, but the fact is they should be just as diligent when employed.

Flex Schedules: By the Numbers

Flex time doesn’t only have to be for mid-level managers; interested executives can negotiate the same work-from-home time too.

Real Estate Director Plans Exit Strategy

One job seeker lands a job in insurance after leaving a strained real-estate industry.

Hired! Persistence Pays off with Data-Storage Job

Sales manager seeks more job security and lands a senior analyst position without relocating.

Hired! Time for a Change

Washington Mutual manager stretched job search Looking for a way to change careers while using his existing skill set was a challenge Brian Stetter had been dealing with for at least a year.

Hired! Interview Prep Leads to Work in Afghanistan

Construction foreman lands job in Afghanistan due to experience in Iraq and Ladders interview prep service.

Top 5 Web Sites to Update Your Look

Use this list of Web sites to purchase an interview-appropriate, professional wardrobe.

Hired! Image Makeover Proves Healthy for Pharma Rep

Pharmaceutical sales resume focus keeps career on track.

Hired! Finding an Oasis in Water Treatment

Oasis in Water Treatment Software Sales Trying to find a job after relocating is difficult.

Hired! An Open-Minded Job Search Delivers

Considering the impossible job and the unlikely career move pays off.

Hired! A Teaching Moment, an Ideal Job

Renea Morris, a PR director, waited for the right opportunity to make a difference.