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It's better to work under a low-feedback manager than for one who gives praise but little direction.
You don't have to be an architect or scientist to make green knowledge valuable at your job.
But not all companies are being as environmentally friendly as they think.
An environmental track record says a lot about a business.
And how can you know for sure that a company is as green as it says it is?
From architects and construction managers to engineers and electricians.
Richard Bolles says that the roots of career development run deep in religion.
A reader wants to know if job seekers are given too much advice on first impressions.