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According to a certified leadership coach, bosses and managers should understand the importance of a work-life balance.
A former Google exec has used a simple framework every time she’s decided to switch jobs for the last 20 years
Making a career change can be intimidating. Gusto COO and ex-Googler Lexi Reese uses the same, simple approach every time she switches jobs.
I tried the free, personalized career-coaching app offered by companies like Zillow and Evernote, and it was a massively productive 45 minutes
Companies using the coaching startup Bravely offer employees free career coaching, whether about talking about a difficult boss or asking for a raise.
Don’t bother inviting me to catch up over coffee — I’m done networking and I’m starting to think you should be, too
Will schmoozing help you build a successful career? Maybe, but I wonder if you're better off developing actual skills.
I asked 9 executives for the best ways to build a career you’re proud of, and came away with 5 key lessons
Here are five insights on career growth from nine executives of varying fields and professions.
Signs your boss likes you aren't always super obvious. If you're worried about whether or not your manager supports you, consider these more subtle signs.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon shares his number one piece of advice for millennials who want to get ahead in their careers
Millennials shouldn't expect to always know what's next in their careers, says Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon.
I asked more than a dozen people what a ‘good’ job looks like, and noticed a curious pattern among the worst jobs they’ve had
Many people who took "bad" jobs, or jobs that proved unfulfilling, ultimately ended up learning what kind of role would suit them better.
Author Laura McCamy details six lessons of her life and career, both of which turned out to be completely different than she anticipated at age 20.
From transcribing audio to being a virtual language tutor for kids, here are nine side hustles you can easily do from home to bring in some extra cash.