Careers 2008

13 Stories • Available July 2008
Tell Us About Yourself

Tell Us About Yourself

could land you the job ? or lose it By Paul R. Huard Copley News Service It's an invitation so deceptively simple that the difficulty and danger that comes from a bad response blindsides many job se

Read More

Kick The Habit

Kick The Habit

? Whiner? Change those bad work behaviors By Paul R. Huard Copley News Service Mark Twain once said that there is nothing more annoying than a good example, but in the workplace your annoying habits

Read More

Clean Up Online? Those Who Do Hiring Are Looking

Clean Up Online? Those Who Do Hiring Are Looking

Clean up online ? those who do hiring are looking By Paul R. Huard Copley News Service It's a given that a future employer will check your references, speak to former employers about your work habit

Read More

Cryin' Out Loud

Cryin' Out Loud

ows tears can damage women's careers By Frank Wagner Copley News Service "Women in business don't cry, my dear." - Martha Stewart to a teary female contestant on "The Apprentice" - - - In "A League o

Read More

Information Overload

Information Overload

ce mail, IMs all cause a bad case of TMI By Cheryl Walker Copley News Service Is there such a thing as too much information? According to a national workplace study there is. About 70 percent of Amer

Read More

Under Pressure

Under Pressure

ust learn to manage stress for success By Amy Winter Copley News Service When constant pressure doesn't allow a worker to relax, stress can take a toll in the workplace. Frustration and fatigue are t

Read More

Something To Talk About

Something To Talk About

ging may be just the boast you need By Frank Wagner Copley News Service If you don't boast, you're toast - at least according to Peggy Klaus, author of "Brag! The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn Without

Read More

Starting Out

Starting Out

there are different degrees of success By Chandra Orr Copley News Service There you are with your freshly minted liberal arts degree. You studied hard. You made the dean's list. You even rocked your

Read More

Workday Wellness

Workday Wellness

o fit health routine into schedule By Tim Torres Copley News Service When your demon work world has you by the throat, you have two options. One is to shut your eyes tight and begin chanting "serenit

Read More

Office Rules

Office Rules

KSHELF Plenty of career advice available for professionals By Christine Huard Copley News Service No matter what stage of your career you're in, be it brand-new worker bee or veteran cubicle dweller,

Read More

When Work Gets Heavy, It's Time To Lighten Up

When Work Gets Heavy, It's Time To Lighten Up

OL Community college a vital source of vocational training By Ven Griva Copley News Service Perhaps the best way to find the training you need to start climbing the career ladder toward a better-payi

Read More

Go Green

Go Green

Building good relationships between co-workers By Maggie Reed Copley News Service Let's face it, not all people play nice at work. Not only is this a really good way not to advance in your professio

Read More

Tips For Success On The Job

Tips For Success On The Job

Tips for success on the job By Christine Huard Copley News Service WHAT YOU EARN You're a registered nurse who lives in Dallas, but longs to give up the heat for the Seattle rain. If you make the mo

Read More

Career Facts

Career Facts

environmentally friendly way to work By Chandra Orr Copley News Service Your appliances are all energy-efficient, you only buy organic and you recycle every piece of paper, plastic and cardboard to

Read More

Career Facts 2

Career Facts 2

Read More

Youths Flocking To Summer Jobs

Youths Flocking To Summer Jobs

Read More