You’ve spent the night in the bathroom after eating some questionable takeout food, and you’re still feeling queasy. What are you going to tell your boss?
With the government shutdown making life increasingly difficult for federal workers, those with jobs are happy for the paycheck. But what are the best jobs as the U.S. workforce heads into 2019, and where can they be found?
While most workers would appreciate higher salaries, that’s not the only development to look out for as the new year unfolds. Here are job outlook trends to watch in 2019.
The approach you take to writing a recommendation on LinkedIn might seriously affect the professional reputation of the person you’re reviewing — for better or worse.
Where you live can boost your chances of landing that job, and to that end, the website WalletHub has ranked more than 182 cities to see which have the the best odds of you doing that. See where the D.C. area ranks in
The Washington metro’s unemployment rate in October fell to 3.2 percent, from 3.3 percent in September. A year ago, the D.C.-area’s unemployment rate was 3.5 percent.
On My Take, the New York public library system is doing something Clinton Yates would like to see in D.C. libraries: having clothes, briefcases and other materials jobseekers would need for interviews available for borrowing.
Soft skills can have a significant influence on your performance at your first job. Find out what can set you apart.
U.S. employers added 250,000 jobs to their payrolls in October, the Labor Department reported Friday morning, exceeding economists’ expectations.
While most people do give notice if they intend to leave a job, ghosting is becoming more common as many deal with uncomfortable situations by just cutting off communication.
A report from Glassdoor ranking the nation’s largest cities for pay and wage growth puts the D.C. region near the top for median pay, but near the bottom for the pace of wage growth.
Working from home in your pajamas is no longer the fantasy it used to be. While most people understand the expectations connected with a traditional in-office job, this shift in how and where Americans work is not without its own unique issues.
“This is not your mom’s job interview, so potential employees should bring their smile, style and moxie and get ready to show recruiters who they are and to have some fun,” the hotel said in a statement.
By 2045 the D.C. region will see an additional 990,000 new jobs. But unless there’s a push to build new housing, the employees coming to fill those jobs will struggle to find a place to live.
CareerBuilder interviewed human resource departments to find the worst of the worst when it comes to resumes. Here’s what not to do.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.