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Handle rejection like a pro, and send an email that could keep the door open for you. It could go a long way.
Here are the answers to job interview questions from 20 of America’s top companies, from candidates who know
Facebook wants to know how candidates fit into company culture, while Google asks practical questions about its products.
LinkedIn analyzed the companies most Americans want to work for, based on search interest, job demand and employee retention.
Career advice can come from anywhere and everywhere, from your family and friends to your colleagues and bosses — you can also learn career dos and don'ts from trial and error. Here, 11 career experts share the best job advice they've received.
Careers site Zippia recently named the 13 worst job markets in America. If you're looking for a new job, you'll probably want to avoid these metro areas.
Netflix invited people to ask questions about working at the company, and most people had the same two: "Can Netflix employees binge-watch at work?" and "Will you hire me?"
With more than 500 million users and 10 million job listings, LinkedIn can be a great resource for finding a job. LinkedIn experts shared their best tips for finding a job on the platform, from how to get a referral to the best way to reach out to potential employers.
Job interviews are stressful, and sometimes you may not give the best answer to a question. At The Cut, workplace advice columnist Alison Green suggests that the best way to deal with a question you flubbed is to clarify your answer in a thank-you email to the interviewer.
Having a terrible boss is a perfectly understandable reason to want to find a new job. However, at The Cut, workplace advice columnist Alison Green suggests being tactful when describing your old boss during a job interview.
Here’s what it’s like to interview at the 5 biggest companies in tech, according to current employees
To gain insight into the interview experience at some of the biggest tech companies, the career-data site Comparably surveyed more than 6,000 employees at Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft.