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9 to 5

What a way to make a living-- not! Fingers crossed you strike it rich. In the meantime, here's a long to do list of helpful HR

Episode 9: 9 to 5

What Not to Say When Negotiating Pay.

When you think back to your last job offer, were you happy with the result? I'm not proud to admit the number of jobs I accepted without attempting to negotiate anything, only to be discouraged about the outcome later (thankfully, I've learned my lesson).

When a Favorite Company Breaks Your Heart

My family owns five iPhones, two iPads, an Apple TV device, and at least 10 Apple computers. We buy AppleCare service, just in case. So when my wife's iPhone stopped working on Saturday, we thought we could count on Apple to fix it before she left for a week of business travel across the U.S.

The Frankly Doria Show Ep. 7 The da Frankly Code

Certain he's one of the four horsemen of the Apocolyse, Mike Doria ascends to Heaven to ask God directly in Episode 7: The da Frankly Code. The 7th podcast episode, deemed lucky in the digital world, forces Mike to explore all things seven.

The One Word to Catapult Your Career

Do your colleagues have a choice word for you? If not, here's why you want them to... Sometimes one word can make all the difference. I was at a conference and a friend who runs a startup introduced me to one of his friends, who was looking for a new opportunity.

Building Middle-Manager Morale

Training seminars for middle managers tend to be part leadership lesson, part pep rally, and part strategy session. The Wall Street Journal offers a glimpse into how some companies do it.

The Muse | Job Search & Career Advice

Join millions of people who have turned to The Muse to find, get, and excel at their job.

Stuck in a long, aimless meeting? Try These Strategies

Nothing drains happiness faster than a long, unproductive meeting. You're bored; you're not getting anything done; emails are piling up while you sit, trapped. Just think: if you cut out just one hour of meeting time each week, you'd have an extra week for work - or fun - by the end of the year.

Four Things to Ask Yourself Before Arguing

What do you do when you find yourself sitting across the table from someone who makes a comment that strikes at the core of everything you believe in? I'm not talking here about intervening in cases of clear wrongdoing, violence or aggression.

The Simple Secret to an Amazing Career

"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.