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Should you come out to your future boss?

Whether you’re a graduate preparing for your very first job or a professional with years of experience, putting together a CV is always a tricky task. It’s sometimes difficult to know which of your skills and attributes to include. And if you’re reading this article now, chances are, you’ve had to overcome the even tougher question about how much you should divulge about your sexuality. ...




The Best Way to Come Out to Coworkers and Bosses

In a column for Bloomberg Businessweek, Cook wrote: “I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.”
 
The Apple chief’s column continued to say while he had wanted to maintain “a basic level of privacy,” he felt that this was holding him back from helping others. ...




Tips for Salary Negotiation

At some point or another in one’s career, there is going to be a time when salary negotiation is required or desired. Whether you are negotiating a salary for a new job or attempting to get a raise in a current job, there are some proper etiquettes tips to follow to avoid overstepping or offending and to ensure everyone leaves the negotiation satisfied. ...




Personal branding

Personal branding: the up and coming trend that today’s job candidates are focusing their attention on. The beauty of a personal brand is that it already exists- you are the brand. Google yourself, what comes up is your personal brand. A brand is includes anything like a symbol, design, name, sound reputation, emotion, or tone that represents something marketable. ...




What to do if you Hate your Boss

Do well at your job. If you work hard and work well, only good things can happen: you can get promoted, your boss can notice and appreciate you, or your boss can notice and give you more freedom than that given to other employees (thereby getting off your back a little). ...




Jobs for History Buffs

Jobs for History Buffs
 

Genealogist:

 
A genealogist traces the backgrounds of individuals and families to track their ancestors, accomplishing this through utilization of obituaries, court records, birth certificates, and more. ...