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Don't make these mistakes during your first week of work.

9 things you should never do during your first week of work

From showing up too early to bringing up your old job too much, here are the biggest mistakes new hires make during their first week.

These high-paying tech jobs only require 3 years of experience or less — and some of them pay six-figure salaries

Entry-level jobs for data scientist, developer, and product manager jobs could come with six-figure salaries, according to a new study from Comparably
You can use LinkedIn to find a job.

9 expert-backed ways to use LinkedIn to find a job

With more than 500 million users and 10 million job listings, LinkedIn can be a great resource for finding a job. LinkedIn experts shared their best tips for finding a job on the platform, from how to get a referral to the best way to reach out to potential employers.
On International Women's Day, real women share their best career advice.

17 real women share what it takes to land the job, grow your paycheck, and get ahead in your career

For International Women's Day, Business Insider asked regular women for their best career advice on learning, earning, and getting ahead.
Washington, DC is a popular destination for job seekers.

10 US cities job seekers are flocking to right now — and 5 cities they’re abandoning to get there

New York, DC, and San Francisco are among the most attractive and popular cities for "metro movers," or those who apply to jobs outside of the metro area they live in.

The CEO of jobs site Glassdoor shares his number one tip for job-seekers

Robert Hohman told Business Insider: 'When someone shows up and has done their homework, it's so stark and it stands out.'

Top financial adviser: The fate of your career is ‘no longer about a college degree’

Technology is helping us live longer, but it'll also force us to master new skills.

A former Home Depot exec shares the career advice he’d give his 25-year-old self

Brad Shaw, a former executive at The Home Depot, tells 20-somethings not to be overly concerned with planning the future of their careers.