How to Withdraw From Consideration for a Job

How to Withdraw From Consideration for a Job Did you decide that you don't want the job you just interviewed for? What is the best way to tell the employer you have changed your mind? There are many reasons to withdraw from consideration for a position. You might realize that the[…]

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How to Turn Down a Job Offer You Already Accepted

How to Turn Down a Job Offer You Already Accepted What should you do if you accepted a new job, but decided you'd rather decline? Turning down a job offer after you have already accepted can be an uncomfortable experience. However, as long as you have not signed an employment contract with[…]

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How to Juggle Multiple Job Offers

How to Juggle Multiple Job Offers Receiving more than one job offer at the same time is an exciting prospect when you're job hunting. However, this scenario can also be challenging and stressful for candidates. What to do? Which one should you take? How can you be sure you're making the[…]

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Top 10 Work-at-Home Jobs for Teachers

Top 10 Work-at-Home Jobs for Teachers Telecommuting jobs are attractive to workers in all kinds of occupations, but for teachers, they might feel like the impossible dream. When you’re getting up at 5 am. to commute to work after staying up half the night doing classroom prep, a job that[…]

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The 10 Best Part-Time Jobs for Seniors

The 10 Best Part-Time Jobs for Seniors One in five workers over the age of 60 say they don’t think they’ll ever be able to retire, according to a CareerBuilder survey. Half say they’ll have to wait until at least 70 to stop working. It’s no surprise that 8 percent[…]

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12 Worst Jobs in America

12 Worst Jobs in America Which are the worst jobs to work at? The answer, as with best jobs lists, is that it depends. What might sound like a horrible job to one person, might not seem so bad to someone else. There are other factors than the job responsibilities to[…]

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Best (and Worst) Cities to Find a Job

Best (and Worst) Cities to Find a Job The unemployment rate for the country as a whole is at record post-recession lows, coming in under 5 percent for many months. But that doesn’t mean that it’s easy to find a job. Several factors affect how quickly you can get hired[…]

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