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Elaine Varelas offers advice as to what one should do when a work deadline is missed.
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The millennial job interview prospect brings a resume, a nice suit...and parents? Hear why companies are letting millennials bring parents along.
Did get an offer? Did all the emails, phone calls, and interviews finally pay off? We want to hear your stories of how you landed your job.
Todays mobile age means never having to miss a job lead or opportunity, but job hunting via smartphone is not necessarily quick, simple, and easy.
You feel unhappy in your work and fearful of your prospects. Youve polished your resume and applied for different positions, but without success. Should you hire a career coach? Be warned, none are licensed by the state.
Scott Kirsner recently asked Boston.com and Globe readers to share the warning signs they might be chasing a nightmare job, at a company they would not want to work for at all. Here is what they had to say.
Megan Woolhouse spoke with Erica Groshen, who earlier this year was appointed commissioner of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the arm of the Labor Department that tracks unemployment, wages, and other job-market data.
While hiring in Massachusetts remains sluggish, economists predict an uptick in hiring toward the end of the year and into early 2014.
Professionals who are in careers today need to be prepared and proactive in managing their careers. Jayne Mattson, a Senior Vice President at Keystone Associates, offers her advice.
Are you pondering a change in careers? Youre not alone. Click through the gallery of stars who have reinvented their careers.
There are several things you might be doing at work that could be driving your boss crazy. Click through the list and make sure you're not sabotaging your career.
Think were put through the ringer on your last job interview? Glassdoor recently released its annual 25 Most Difficult Companies to Interview report, with three local companies in the top 10.
It's not just education and experience that get you the job or the promotion. There are plenty of other factors at play. Check out what could be stalling your career.
Acceptable or distracting in the workplace
Spaghetti straps in the office? What about low-cut tops or short skirts? If you've got ink, should you cover up? See what one survey reveals about inappropriate and distracting office attire.