Ten Ways To Be Liked in Your Job Interview

Never stretch your resume or embellish accomplishments.  One lie can ruin your entire interview, and the skilled interviewer will spot the lie and show you the door.

By: Jonathan Littman and Marc Hershon

The dreaded job interview.  No matter your resume and talents if you mess this up you won’t get that job. In today’s tough economy you need every possible edge.  It can be a simple equation: You want to be liked – not hated.

Here are ten simple things to do that will dramatically increase your chances: from wearing the right expression, to knowing what not to say, …

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The Human ATM

Teenagers Are Expensive to Maintain

What to do when missed curfews, texting and “Mom can I have the keys?” make you miserable. First off, realize that teenagers are expensive to maintain. Think of them as yachts with messy rooms.

By: Joanne Kimes and R.J. Colleary with Rebecca Rutledge, PhD

This sound familiar? You’re whipping money out of your wallet to hand your teen so often that you’ve given yourself carpal tunnel syndrome? Or maybe you’re thinking about getting a weekend job just to afford your teenager? Or you’ve actually made the phone call (disguising your voice of course) to inquire how much the Red Cross …

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Making Certain Moves in an Uncertain Marketplace

Looking for Jobs During Uncertain Times

There are a few things that we, as women can keep in mind to be sure that we are equipped and protected in spite of these uncertain times.

By: Marshawn Evans

With the state of the economy and the bailout plan, everyone is concerned about the stability of jobs and 401Ks. As an entrepreneur, I understand and appreciate the concern over being able to maintain revenue. Regardless of whether you’re a business owner, entrepreneur, or recent grad, the marketplace has everyone uncertain about what tomorrow will hold, but there are a few things that we as women (this

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