Making a mistake on the job doesn't have to mean the end of your career. Here's what to do next.
Karen Burns is the author of “The Amazing Adventures of Working Girl: Real-Life Career Advice You Can Actually Use.”
Every successful cover letter begins the same way.
When you are on the way out, make sure they're going to remember you — in a good way.
When it comes to work and career success, it really does take a village.
Step outside yourself for a moment and try to see how others see you. It can be a boon to your career.
No degree? No problem — you can still get a good job.
Have you heard that expression, "It's not the destination, it's the journey"? When it comes to careers, it's true.
Who you are at work should be the "real you," but should serve your purposes too.
Did your dad or mom tell you to always give two weeks' notice when resigning from a job? Well, things have changed.
Underqualified? There's no time like the present to aim high.