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Resume guides. Interviewing tips. Industry data.


Body language do's and don'ts in the interview

CareerBuilder | October 21, 2013

Don't let your body send the wrong message. Learn the best body language to get you the job.

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Follow up after an interview without being a pest

Anthony Balderrama | March 21, 2013

Nobody wants to be annoying, but everybody wants to know what's happening with their job application. What to do?

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15 bachelor's degree majors with starting pay of $50,000-plus

Susan Ricker | February 26, 2013

College grads have reason to celebrate--these jobs pay well and are trending to do even better in the future.

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8 tips to apply for an out-of-state job

CareerBuilder | January 30, 2012

If you have plans to leave the state, your job search may need some extra work.

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Difficult boss

Horrible bosses: How to get revenge on one

CareerBuilder | July 15, 2011

If you've had one, you know you've thought about it. How to get revenge!

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Asking for a raise

30 jobs that pay $30 an hour

CareerBuilder | January 28, 2011

Looking for a specific salary? We've got 30 examples of $30-an-hour jobs.

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Childcare worker

10 jobs that pay $40,000

CareerBuilder | January 23, 2009

Got a specific salary in mind? These 10 jobs will fit the $40,000 bill.

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Customer service representatives

Top 10 jobs in hospitality

CareerBuilder | December 17, 2007

Do you have the right demeanor and skills for this industry? Then one of these roles might be right for you.

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College students

Does your GPA really matter?

CareerBuilder | September 24, 2007

Every teacher tells you grades are important, but how can they impact your career later in life?

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