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Seven Hidden-Gem Careers

Career Change Career Development Career Path Larry Buhl Career Satisfaction monster.com

Submitted Nov 26 2011 by Sydney Austin, 6 comments

Jobs that impress strangers and make your parents giddy with pride may not be the best for you. Whether you’re starting out or changing careers, lesser-known alternative careers may offer lower pre...more»

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The Hidden Costs of a Career Change

Career Change Laura Cone yahoo.com

Submitted Nov 25 2011 by Susan Copper, 6 comments

Making a smart career move can secure a better financial future. But before taking the leap to quit a job or go back to college, it's important to budget for the unexpected costs of switching caree...more»

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Five Things Not to Say to Someone Who Was Just Laid Off

Career Change Layoff Jobless Kathryn Elizabeth Tuggle foxbusiness.com

Submitted Feb 1 2012 by Victor Bennett, 9 comments

1.) Badmouthing the Company or Boss What not to say: “You’re better off not working for them.” What to say instead: “You did some great things at your previous job, and you’ll be able to do that ...more»

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How To Speed Up A Career Switch

Career Change Career Development yahoo.net

Submitted Feb 2 2012 by Alison Brown, 4 comments

The job market is tough these days, especially if you haven't earned a college degree. The time is fast approaching - if it isn't here already - when higher education will be a necessity for anyone...more»

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Getting Out of a Slump

Career Change DENNIS NISHI wsj.com

Submitted Feb 20 2012 by Vincent Clayton, 4 comments

After working for more than six years as manager of digital licensing for Warner Music Group in Burbank, Calif., Michael Locke, 34, felt like he wanted more. But there wasn't much latitude for chan...more»

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Getting Out of a Slump

Career Change DENNIS NISHI Promotion career strategy wsj.com

Submitted Jul 17 2011 by Alison Brown, 21 comments

After working for more than six years as manager of digital licensing for Warner Music Group in Burbank, Calif., Michael Locke, 34, felt like he wanted more. But there wasn't much latitud...more»

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Never Hire Job Hoppers. Never. They Make Terrible Employees

Career Change MARK SUSTER Job hoppers bothsidesofthetable.com

Submitted Feb 3 2012 by Sydney Austin, 9 comments

I never hire job hoppers. Never. They make terrible employees. I can tell that the heat is going to fly from people on this post. It all started yesterday when Jason Calacanis sent a Tweet tell...more»

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Unhappy Workers Stay In Current Jobs, for Now

Career Change jobs Career Unemployment Happiness wsj.com

Submitted Feb 3 2012 by Susan Copper, 4 comments

Americans may be increasingly unhappy with their jobs, according to a new survey. But so far those lucky enough to be employed seem reluctant to quit. About one in three employees is seriously con...more»

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What to do when your star employees quit

Career Change Salary Human Resource Hank Gilman cnn.com

Submitted Feb 5 2012 by Jason Edwards, 10 comments

The day your best employee comes in with the news that they're moving on is the day you start recruiting them again. Here are a few things to keep in mind. 1. Don't bad-mouth the new employer. Thi...more»

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Why I'm Glad I Got Fired

Career Change jobs NILOFER MERCHANT hbr.org

Submitted Feb 5 2012 by Jason Edwards, 9 comments

This post is part of HBR's special issue on failure. I came to be an expert on collaboration because Carol Bartz both hired me and fired me — within 18 months. Here's what happened. A friend of m...more»

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