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Those looking for a new job in the new year might want to try a few specific industries that consistently have the most openings.
You don't necessarily need a college degree to have a happy career, according to a recent review.
Office chatter is a normal part of the job, but it may have more of an effect on your success than you think.
It's important for high schoolers to consider career paths that will help pay back debts, Gene Natali Jr. says.
According to a new survey, 83 percent of polled workers plan to actively look for a new job in the new year.
Machines are starting to determine who's right for the job. And, what's more, they're even predicting who will be the star employee.
For some the second or "encore careers" are their passions. For others, they can't afford to fully retire.
Despite a sluggish economy, the outlook for these careers is very, very good.
Rebecca Salsbury, 31, has less than one month to go before she becomes a mother. She plans to readjust her work-life balance when the time comes, but so far her pregnancy has meant little professional change at the private law firm in Baltimore where she's an associate.
As people across the region are enjoying an extra day away from the office, perhaps it's time to reflect on your career.
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