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21 Lug/09

Leave Your Job without Burning Bridges [Work]

Leave Your Job without Burning Bridges [Work]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); It is inevitable that you’ll be leaving your present job at some point, whether by your choice or your bosses, and it’s important to leave with relationships and contacts intact. Photo by Conner395. Given the recent economic climate and the wave of job cuts that has swept through the country, it isn’t a surprise that some extremely frustrated employees are throwing out the traditional routines when...

8 Lug/09

Anticipate Your Interviewer’s Next Question to Ace Your Job Interview [Jobs]

Anticipate Your Interviewer’s Next Question to Ace Your Job Interview [Jobs]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); So you’ve sent in countless resumes and finally landed yourself an interview. Now what? The Harvard Business Blog suggests seven rules to follow next time you’re face to face with your potential employer. Photo by Eneas. Harvard Business Blog’s David Silverman suggests, for example, that apart from shutting up and listening, you can “answer the question you wish they’d asked” when...

15 Apr/09

FreelanceSwitch’s "Monster List" of Freelance Job Sites [Jobs]

FreelanceSwitch’s "Monster List" of Freelance Job Sites [Jobs]

Starting out as a freelancer can be an exhilarating experience, but that part ends right about when you realize you don’t know where to turn next to find your gig. The FreelanceSwitch blog updates its Monster List of freelance job site to more than 150 sites of work offers and contract bidding, including a few non-English options. The best work you’ll get as a freelancer usually comes from folks and firms you already know or can network with, but for filling in the monetary...




13 Apr/09

Side Businesses You Can Start in Your Spare Time [Money]

Side Businesses You Can Start in Your Spare Time [Money]

We’ve encouraged you to start a side business to turn something you love into extra income, but if you’re not sure what might make for a good side gig, The Simple Dollar has 50 suggestions. Photo by Scoro . From antique refurbishment to web site design, the list offers a ton of side business ideas that don’t require all that much from you in terms of start-up cost and commitment. Instead, they’re jobs you can work on in your spare time as much or as little as you...