Changing careers is not uncommon. Americans typically
do it five to seven times in their lives, experts say.
The unemployment rate is 9.1 percent and jobs are scarce. So what
happens when that 1st offer comes in and the salary isn't what you expected?
Experts say making a good, first impression means everything on job interviews, so be sure to dress accordingly.
The choice of undergraduate major is strongly tied to a
student's future earnings, according to a study.
Last year, 36% of Michigan's 590,000 unemployed workers had been
searching for a job for a year plus.
First lady Michelle Obama urged students on Wednesday to
think about their career goals and the job market.
Time and money dwindling? Up the ante to secure your next job.
These days, if you're not looking for a job yourself, you know someone
who is. Here's some expert advice.
Meet the new interns. With the unemployment rate still high, seasoned workers are working for free.
To adapt to supervising former peers, you will need to engage in some on-the-job role-playing.