Mid Career

Every week, new companies announce their hiring efforts, or tell the world they will be laying off employees. Well, we've made it a bit easier to stay on top of those stories that could impact your career.

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One thing most job seekers don't know is that fall is the best time of year to look for a job. But, it's also the most competitive, so it's important to know how to conduct a strategic job search to stand out to employers. Fortunately, we can help with that. If you need to find a job this fall, sign up today to save your seat for our next online job search summit!

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How often have you said, “If I only had more time," or, “I wish there were more hours in the day?" We say that often implying that, if we had more time, we would get the rest we need or slow down to a more normal pace.

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Asking for a raise is probably as hard as breaking up with your high school boyfriend or girlfriend. It's something that you know you need to do in order to grow, but you're not exactly sure when and how to do it.

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Salary negotiations can be tricky, but there's no escaping them.

At some point in your career, whether you're applying for a job or angling for a promotion, you'll find yourself in the middle of a salary negotiation.

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Our wildly successful first online job search summit made all of us here at Work It Daily realize that we need to offer this summit again to our readers and viewers. If you missed our first online job search summit, sign up today to save your seat for our next one!

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A good friend recently sent me the link to an article all about the value of coaching. I'm sure it's no surprise to all of you that I loved it. However, it also reminded me I should be reminding all of you why having a career coach is the best thing you can do for your professional development.

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On a recent episode of JT Talks Jobs, we invited Stacey Lewis, founder of HR Interrupted, back to continue our conversation on race and the workplace. The topic? Microaggressions.

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