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Fired Up: Getting from fired to hired

By Katie Mattson on November 1st, 2006 • Career, College & Career, Getting a job

Whether you were "laid off" because your employer can no longer afford to pay you or "fired" because you made some rookie mistakes, there are a few basics you should know about dealing with job loss.

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I Quit!: Learn how to leave like a professional

By Anchen Texter on October 30th, 2006 • Career, College & Career

Whether you are leaving your summer job selling soft-serve ice cream or your first foray in your chosen profession, follow these guidelines when it's time to make your exit.

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Fast Track to Fired: Are you a culprit? Avoid these 5 mistakes at work

By Wafa R. Musitief on October 30th, 2006 • Career, Life

As a newbie in the working world, not screwing up while on the job is, well, a full-time job.

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Elevator Talk: A 30-second bio to get you remembered

By Amy Drew on October 30th, 2006 • Career, Networking, Life

You never know when or where you might meet someone who can help you, and with a little practice, you can leave a memorable first impression and earn an invitation to meet again.

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Mind Your Own Business: A start-up guide

To get on the right path and ahead of the competition, you need a good business plan.

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Intern Intellect: Get in, get ahead

By Kristine Capalla on April 30th, 2006 • Career, College & Career, Getting a job

Find out how to land a resume-boosting internship.

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Young And Hungry: Dave Lieberman's recipe for success

By Bernadette Houston on February 1st, 2006 • Career, Celebrities, Food, Entrepreneurship

Dave Lieberman is definitely as real as they come, despite being the youngest chef to host his own television show on the well-known Food Network.

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Inventing Opportunity: Is your idea patent worthy?

With such a wealth of creative spirit, what's keeping you from cashing in on your ideas?

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A Different Breed Of Business: Think like an entrepreneur

By Bryan Sims on February 1st, 2006 • Career, Starting a business, Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes.

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BYOB (Be Your Own Boss): Is Franchising for You?

By Heather Levin on November 1st, 2005 • Career, Starting a business, Entrepreneurship

Owning a franchise can provide autonomy as a business owner and employee, with support and reduced risk that is less available when you start an independent business.

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