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  • 3 things to know about the January 2015 jobs report

    3 things to know about the January 2015 jobs report

    November's overall job gain — 423,000, revised up from the prior 353,000 figure — was the biggest since May 2010, when the government was hiring Census workers. November private-sector hiring was the most since September 1997.

  • 4 reasons IT pros should develop good leadership skills

    4 reasons IT pros should develop good leadership skills

    Before you can lead effectively, you need data and input. For starters, gain a deeper understanding of the company's mission, strategy and challenges by paying attention to all-company meetings, reading memos from the CEO and talking with senior management. Then you'll know where to focus your efforts and how to steer projects to meet company goals.

  • How to land a job abroad

    How to land a job abroad

    You may be looking for a position far away, but your search should actually start closer to home. "See if your current company has internal job postings for other offices around the world," says Glen Loveland HR Manager, CCTV. "Even if your company doesn't have a formal inter-transfer program, you can connect with HR in the countries that you are targeting."

  • What successful workers do before breakfast

    What successful workers do before breakfast

    Does your morning routine consist mainly of limiting the snooze-button to five resets or finding a clean shirt before traffic gets bad? If so, your work could be suffering. There’s a strong relationship between workers who have regular morning routines and their workplace productivity.

  • How to get ahead of a layoff

    How to get ahead of a layoff

    if you think it’s a hopeless situation when talks of layoffs start circulating in the break room, think again. There are measures you can take to get ahead of a layoff, and also steps to take if you unfortunately are let go.

  • Weird work stories of 2014

    Weird work stories of 2014

    Most days at work are, well, just another day at the office. Even some of the most exciting and unique professions involve their fair share of paperwork and meetings. But every once in a while, routine will be punctuated by something interesting, unique or downright outrageous.

  • Hiring trends to expect in 2015

    Hiring trends to expect in 2015

    The overall job market is looking up, and the outlook for several industries is even brighter. Information technology (54 percent), financial services (42 percent), manufacturing (41 percent) and health care (38 percent) are all expected to add permanent jobs at a faster rate than the national average this year.

  • 10 tips to stay productive at work around the holidays

    10 tips to stay productive at work around the holidays

    Treat yourself. It works just as well on you as it would on a 5-year-old. Promise yourself various treats throughout the day — coffee, candy, social media breaks, etc. — as you stop procrastinating and cross items off your to-do list.

  • QUIZ: Which TV boss is your boss most like?

    QUIZ: Which TV boss is your boss most like?

    Television has a way of taking our minds off of our daily lives while still tying in to real-life concerns we have. Dramas, comedies, mockumentaries—these are all TV show styles that can convey stories so real we could swear we’re part of the plot.

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