career planning

  1. Career Advice

    Are you ready to own a business?

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    Women lean towards businesses that help people, but a giving heart and spirit of support can sometimes prevent a business from being...
  2. Tweens, Teens & College

    Take your child to work day

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    Since 1993, millions of Americans have participated in the annual Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work® day. A day at work will help...
  3. Career Advice

    How to be happily employed in a tough economy

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    Times are tough -- that’s what I keep hearing. However, in my line of work, business is booming and I am quite happily living the...
  4. Career Advice

    3 Ways to take control of your career

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    Career control is not an illusion. It just takes counter-intuitive strategies that will give you a career vision and build your...
  5. Career Advice

    Top 5 tips for women entrepreneurs

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    Will 2011 be the year you begin your business? With a new year upon us, it’s a perfect opportunity to focus on your goals and turn...
  6. Career Advice

    Hot careers for 2011 and beyond

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    This is a tough time to find a job. The Great Recession is officially over, but employers are still reluctant to hire. Instead of...
  7. New Year - Your Family

    7 Tricks for balancing work and family

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    Do you feel like your work time versus family time ration is all out of whack? Drop the guilt and embrace these 7 tricks for...
  8. Career Advice

    Career women: Mentor your way to success

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    Even though the economy has recently shown small signs of improvement, it still appears that a full, global economic recovery will...
  9. Career Advice

    Work trend for women: Tempreneurs

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    With the current unemployment rate nearing 10 percent and the economy still on shaky ground, more women are becoming "tempreneurs"...