Nowadays, you can find career advice just about anywhere – online, offline, from friends, colleagues, your parents, mentors, bosses, career coaches, and anyone with a public blog :-).  So how do you know what career advice is good and appropriate for you? My answer is only you would know what is good career advice for

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What is your reaction when you see this post title?  Is your response “of course, I have a very good work life balance”?  Or is your response “I wish I could, but I have to work a lot to make money, get ahead, take care of family.  I have to wait to enjoy life later. 

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Just because you got turned down by a company for a job, it does not mean it has to be the end of the story.  A friend interviewed at a company for a Paid Search Marketing position.  He went for several rounds and everyone liked him but they turned him down saying they wanted someone

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In the baby boomer era, the myth was “if you are loyal to a company, the company will take care of you.”  Many believed that until they were laid off at 55 after 20 years of service with no good prospect to find work again.  Then for Generation X (people in our late 20s to

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