Steven John

Business trips are nothing new, but true vacations, on the other hand, are becoming a thing of the past. Few workers use the entirety of their annual paid leave, which is usually a scant two weeks anyway.

The Oracles, Contributor @THEORACLES

Fridays are notoriously unproductive, but with a little focus and prioritizing, you can start your weekend stress-free and be ready for the week ahead.
Here’s how these six go-getters end the work week:

Leslie Stevens-Huffman

What can a review of your most recent job interview (call it a “post-mortem” or a “retrospective”) teach you about the job-hunting process? As it turns out, quite a lot, including what went well—and what could have gone better. We recently contacted several software engineers who conducted a post-mortem review of their last job search. After analyzing the data and

Nick Kolakowski

If you have a job you’re satisfied with, updating your résumé might seem like a waste of time. But job loss can arrive unexpectedly; new management might lay off your division, for example, or decide that your project isn’t a priority. In light of that, it can pay to keep your résumé as updated as possible at all times. Spending

Nate Swanner

We’ve all been there: you apply for a job, and never hear back. It shakes your confidence, and makes you wonder why you wasted time crafting a snappy cover letter and resume.

Nick Kolakowski

You just graduated school! Congrats. Fortunately, you’re heading into the workforce at a particularly opportune time: Industry unemployment is low, and companies in all industries are happy to interview coders, data analysts, and other tech professionals for well-playing jobs.

Nick Kolakowski

By Nick Kolakowski It’s a brand new year, and even if you have zero urge to jump to a new job, it’s still worth updating your résumé: You never know when you might need it on short notice. (For example, if you’re a federal employee furloughed by the recent shutdown, you might have made a quick decision to pursue a

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