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Fired Up: Getting from fired to hired

By Katie Mattson on November 1st, 2006

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

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

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

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

By Anchen Texter on July 31st, 2006

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

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

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?

By Nick Hagen, Sarah E. Williams on February 1st, 2006

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

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

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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