• Top Careers That Are Age Oblivious
    “Age is just a number” is a popular saying.  But does it hold true in the workforce? If you want to choose or transition to a career where age doesn’t matter, here are some of your best occupational prospects.
  • How to Overcome Age Discrimination in the Workplace
    Whether you’re gearing up to interview for your dream job, or simply want to keep climbing the corporate ladder at your current company, you may soon find landing a new position or promotion becomes increasingly difficult as you get older.
  • 8 Signs You Should Be Earning More
    You’ve always felt like you should be earning more, but you never knew if you were right. Wonder no longer. Here are 8 telltale signs that you are not earning as much money as you should be.
  • How to Turn Down a Job Offer You Already Accepted
    After a long and trying search, you were finally offered a job, which you eagerly accepted. But then things changed. Maybe another company called with a better offer, or you decided to go grad school, or your partner accepted a dream job in another state. Whatever the case, you’re going to have t...
  • Are Compliments Still Appropriate in an Office Setting?
    Of course welcomed compliments are nice to receive, yet the difficulty office workers face is determining the line between appropriate and inappropriate. While a welcomed compliment may be a tool for social bonding, a poorly paid, even if well-intentioned, compliment about one’s appearance has th...
  • How Do You Decide Between Two Equally Qualified Candidates?
    You were hoping for one close-to-perfect candidate to fill the position. But now you find yourself in the enviable, yet stressful, spot of having two candidates who are ideally suited for the job. While every situation is different, here is some advice that will help you select between two equall...
  • 5 Things You Should Never Discuss With Your Coworkers
    Most of us have been guilty of oversharing at the water cooler or confiding in the wrong person at the office—and we can all recount a war story or two about ways our mouths have gotten us into trouble at work. There are certain things you should never, ever discuss with your coworkers, no matter...
  • The Right Questions to Ask When Getting to Know Your Coworkers
    Chances are if you're starting a new job you probably want to make a good impression on your new coworkers. Here are some questions you can ask them right off the bat.
  • How to Land a Job as an Unemployed Applicant
    If you're out of work, your job search may have you feeling a lot like a dusty castoff in the bargain bin. While you're probably a perfectly good candidate, it's easy to feel like your value is marked down simply by virtue of your joblessness.