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6 Ways to Evaluate Company Culture

Don't wait for the interview to learn about a company.
You probably wouldn't think about purchasing an expensive item without looking at the product reviews or asking your friends for their opinions first.
The same is true for evaluating your next employer. ...

The Word 'Boomer' May Bring Bad Connotations at Work

Older workers may be viewed negatively if that term is used, a study finds
What boomers are called in the workplace — specifically, whether they’re referred to as “baby boomers” or “older employees” – may influence whether they’re hired or fired. ...

7 skills you should have on your résumé if you want to land a work-from-home job

Have I mentioned how much I love working remotely? (
Spoiler alert:
I have, repeatedly). If it were up to me, we'd all have amazing remote jobs and have all the flexibility and freedom we could possibly need.
Remote jobs require a particular set of skills, though, regardless of what kind of job it is. ...

15 Soft Skills Every Employer Values

Employers these days are looking for much more than a resume filled with awards, achievements, and ladder-climbing success. While those hard facts and figures can put you in the running, what will make you stand out from other candidates are your soft skills. ...

Making the Change: How to Apply Your Military Skills to Civilian Life

You have finished your time on military duty and are wondering: “Now what?” Transitioning back to civilian life after serving time in the armed forces can be quite challenging. Here are four tips to help you adjust to this new way of life. ...

Post-Military Service: 5 Graduate Degrees for Veterans to Consider

After completing your time in the military and your bachelor’s degree, you may feel lost about what to do next. A graduate degree is the right next step for many people. Consider one of these graduate degrees.
Information Security
One of the most popular career choices is one in information security. ...

9 Signs You're Making All the Right Career Moves

Your career is important. It provides financial stability for you and your family, and in many ways, it can dictate your future — where you live, what you can afford, and the type of lifestyle you're able to lead.
When there’s a possibility for career advancement on the horizon, it’s good to be able to spot it early. ...

How to Make Money: 26 Legitimate Side Hustles

Find the right gig for you, whether it’s freelancing online, driving passengers around town, taking on someone's tasks or selling stuff you no longer need.
So you’re trying to figure out how to make money outside of your day job, but you’re not sure what to do. ...

Billionaire Ray Dalio shares his best career advice for 20-somethings

Want to get ahead in your career?
Billionaire Ray Dalio offers the following advice to today's 20-somethings: "Work in an idea meritocracy."
An idea meritocracy is a place "where you can always ask the questions that you need to ask and challenge the ideas and not be held as a lackey to a boss but instead as a partner, so that you can learn and grow and have a say," the Bridgewater Associates founder told CNBC Make It at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week. ...

How Gambling Is a Safe Bet for Your Career

Gambling has been around for centuries in various forms. For example, in the 16th century, you could have lost all your earthly possessions in a friendly game of poker.

The popularity of gaming may have something to do with man’s twisted desire to compete and win at the expense of each another, but it’s also a way to relax and have fun. ...