Articles by Green, Alison
To figure out which career is best for you, watch out for tasks you do even though they're not part of your job.
The way you turn in your resume can affect your chances of getting the job just as much as what you include in it.
Even great candidates find themselves striking out in this market, so learn to turn disappointment into opportunity.
If you want to get paid to make the world a better place, consider these factors.
What to do when your colleague takes home a bigger paycheck.
One of the most common types of bad interviewers is the interviewer who doesn't really interview.
Is there a way to tell the truth without killing your chances of getting the job? Fortunately, yes.
Think about what trade-offs you are and aren’t willing to make, and what you value the most.
These questions will help smooth the foundation between you and your new manager.
These things can also ward off raises and promotions--and maybe get you fired.