Those looking for a new job in the new year might want to try a few specific industries that consistently have the most openings.
A new survey shows that people come up with some seriously sad excuses for missing work.
It\’s best to be honest about your accomplishments.
Most American workers want higher salaries, but they don\’t ask.
A CareerBuilder study released Thursday shows cellphones are the biggest
productivity killer in the workplace. Half of the respondents in the survey said
cellphone use and texting are the primary productivity stopper in the workplace.
Human resources professionals share the most unbelievable and unusual stories from conducting interviews.
A CareerBuilder survey of 3,690 full-time, non-
government workers finds that
in some cases employers have asked their hires
to do some pretty unbelievable things.
As thousands head back to work after the New Year,
there are some suggested resolutions to consider
at the office while you\’re clearing out all those
Women take their silent rage on the road.
More job openings were advertised in March (3.74 million) then there have been since July 2008.
With temperatures expected to rise to nearly 70 degrees, how will you spend the day? Share your plans. Use #WTOPTalkback.
Biomedical engineers and computer software engineers are expected to be in demand in 2012. Some of the other top nine professions might surprise you.