It’s important to work on your professional growth even after you’ve attained a job you love. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to find the time to go to conferences. Listed below are five books that can help you grow professionally on your own time.
Has your New Year’s resolution to build your career already fizzled? If so, chances are you didn’t have a strong plan to keep it going.
As remote work becomes more common, people are questioning what’s lost when we quit seeing co-workers face-to-face, says productivity expert Laura Vanderkam for Fast Company.
While it’s usually CEOs getting interviewed about their achievements, the people that help make those achievements possible are just as important, says April Capochino Myers for Greater Baton Rouge Business Report. Executive assistants have to stay organized and ready for any task their high-profile boss might throw at them. Here are a few executive assistants making headlines of their own.
A study of 200 million Social Security records showed Americans stop getting raises once they hit their 40s. While it’s great to continue receiving a peak salary every year, workers often forget to account for the rising inflation that will ultimately lower their income.
If you know which social media platforms are popular, you can use that knowledge to help you get ahead in your career. Here are the top five social media tools you should limit yourself to.
Sometimes, technology might be making us less productive, according to Tomer Garzberg at LifeHack. Here are the top five tools that can inadvertently throttle your ability to get things done.
Most people are scared to approach negotiation with their boss for fear of straining the relationship. However, it is important to negotiate to make sure you get paid what you deserve. The following facts can help back up your argument and take away that fear.
What most shy people don’t realize is that networking is the key to excelling in their career, says Keith Ferrazzi, business coach and author of Never Eat Alone. Here are tips for those that need to break out of their shells and into the networking world.
Writing about yourself can be hard. It’s important to get across to your audience what you want them to know while being concise and personable at the same time. Use your website’s “about me” page as a way to introduce yourself by finding the right balance between your personal and professional side, says Nicole Fenton of 99U.