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The 4 Steps of Asking for a Raise—Plus a Sample Raise-Asking Script

by Max Woolf | February 12, 2020

Asking for a raise is scary. The good news is there are tested strategies you can use to ask for more money—and get it.

Are You a Bad Emailer? Best Practices for Written Communication

by Kaitlin McManus | December 31, 2019

Email is one of the most important tools of communication—but are you using it well? Check out some tips and tricks to being a better communicator at work.

4 Writing Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making

by Derek Loosvelt | November 13, 2019

Most jobs require strong writing skills. Here are four common writing mistakes preventing you from getting the job you want, along with the one book guaranteed to improve your writing.

Tips for Helping New Employees Communicate Better

by Rebeccah Vincent | September 23, 2019

New hires often struggle to understand the best ways to communicate at their new employers. Here are three ways managers can help their new hires communicate better.

How to Write Great Networking Emails

by Ellie Coverdale | September 17, 2019

Networking can be difficult, but it can be made a lot easier if you know how to communicate well. To that end, here are some tips for writing great networking emails.

3 Tips for Networking Event Success

by Natalie Fisher | August 22, 2019

It’s important to network if you want to advance your career, but networking—especially at networking events—can be anxiety-inducing and intimidating. So here's some advice that will help you get what you need out of your next networking event.

4-Step Formula to Writing Better Cover Letters

by Susan Wallace | August 21, 2019

Hiring experts believe a successful cover letter increases your chances of getting hired by 90 percent. With that in mind, here are four simple steps you can take to create a great cover letter.

Interview Advice from Presidential Debates

by Derek Loosvelt | July 29, 2019

These days, presidential debates are more like job interviews than debates. The downside of this is it can be hard to differentiate candidates' stances on the issues; the upside is debates can teach you lot about interviewing—including how to improve your interviewing skills.

3 Tips for Dealing with Your Crazy Full Inbox After a Vacation

by Vault Careers | July 17, 2019

One of the worst parts of vacation is dealing with the crazy number of new emails waiting for you when you return. To minimize the inbox pain when you're back in the office, here are three things you can do.

7 Resume Mistakes Grammar and Spell-Check Tools Often Miss

by LiveCareer | July 15, 2019

You can’t always rely on grammar and spell-check tools to pick up resume mistakes. Here are seven common errors that online applications might not catch.

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