Finding a Job After 50
By Lana Johnson on November 22, 2019

Finding yourself at the start of a job search is daunting for everyone, but it can be especially daunting if you’re over 50. Perhaps you’ve been...

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The Illinois Salary History Ban: What Job Seekers Need to Know
By Jenny Chandler on October 9, 2019

You’re in the middle of a phone interview and you’re having a fantastic conversation with the hiring manager. The dialogue is great and it seems...

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7 LinkedIn Profile Updates Every Job Seeker Should Make
By Lana Johnson on October 4, 2019

LinkedIn remains the world’s largest professional online network. Latest statistics show that there are now 645+ million members in over 200...

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Should You Be Making More Money?
By Lana Johnson on September 5, 2019

At some point in your career, you’re going to feel like you should be making more money. Maybe you’ve been in your job a long time. Maybe you’ve...

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4 Keys to Your Temporary Work Experience
By Lana Johnson on August 22, 2019

Staffing agencies put more than 3 million people to work every week in the United States. Temporary or flexible workforce models continue to be...

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Quitting with Class: How to Resign from Your Job
By Lana Johnson on August 9, 2019

If you’re currently employed and you’ve accepted a new job, it’s time to let your current boss know that you’re moving on. You might be elated at...

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What Our Recruiters Want You to Know About Counteroffers
By Lana Johnson on July 24, 2019

You prepared your resume. You applied to dozens of jobs. You did phone interviews, face-to-face interviews, panel interviews, Skype interviews....

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