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When celebrities leave the public eye, it's not always easy to return. But some stars, like Robert Downey Jr., are no stranger to the Hollywood comeback stories.
We call it a "thank-you," but it's really a final pitch. It's a chance to show you have follow-through and signal you're still interested.
Gen Z workers expect a promotion after one year on the job, and their bosses are creating new titles and throwing ‘workversary’ parti...
Gen Z and millennial employees feel they should be promoted within a year on the job, putting managers in awkward positions, a survey found.
Ex-Googlers, Stanford professors, and startup CEOs share their best advice on making a career change
Thinking about making a career change? Find out what these experts and executives have to say about quitting your job and searching for a new one.
I didn’t graduate from college but I still have a career that I love. Here are my top tips for success.
The obvious path seems to be going to college and then getting a job, but for many, including me, that path is not set in stone.
Signs your boss likes you aren't always super obvious. If you're worried about whether or not your manager supports you, consider these more subtle signs.
According to a certified leadership coach, bosses and managers should understand the importance of a work-life balance.
A former Google exec has used a simple framework every time she’s decided to switch jobs for the last 20 years
Making a career change can be intimidating. Gusto COO and ex-Googler Lexi Reese uses the same, simple approach every time she switches jobs.
I tried the free, personalized career-coaching app offered by companies like Zillow and Evernote, and it was a massively productive 45 minutes
Companies using the coaching startup Bravely offer employees free career coaching, whether about talking about a difficult boss or asking for a raise.
Don’t bother inviting me to catch up over coffee — I’m done networking and I’m starting to think you should be, too
Will schmoozing help you build a successful career? Maybe, but I wonder if you're better off developing actual skills.