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  • How to tune up a tired job

    DEAR JOYCE: I am no longer interested in my job. I once enjoyed the work but it's fizzled, becoming tedious and mind-numbing. Have others complained to you about this issue, and what did you recommend? -- K.B. Absolutely, yes, over the years I've heard...
  • Can you guess how much recruiters earn?

    DEAR JOYCE: After working in product sales for nearly four years, a recruiter's offer of a job interview to my girlfriend has caused me to reevaluate my own sales career: I am more interested in people than things. Can you find out how much recruiters...
  • Mystery! After great interview, why employers don't call

    DEAR JOYCE: After a job interview, why do employers say they'll call and let you know the outcome -- and go silent? Don't they know how much we job seekers want to get on with our lives and want to know our fate as soon as possible? -- B.P. The reasons...
  • Bring it! A sunny attitude can get you hired

    DEAR JOYCE: After graduating from high school this year -- with only a few part-time jobs under my belt -- I am looking for almost any decent job I can get. But I have no real experience. Help! -- H.J.S. Attitude counts heavily when you're looking up a...
  • Make a career fair pay off for you

    DEAR JOYCE: I'm in the wind hoping to find one or more job connections at an upcoming career fair. Is a job fair the same thing? How effective are career fairs? -- S.T. The what: A job fair is a career fair is a career expo -- by any title, this...
  • Fresh tips and time-savers for executive job changers

    DEAR JOYCE: My sister is an executive at a mid-sized corporation. She's interested in moving on and up. But she's super busy. As a reference librarian, I'd like to give her a hand by recommending the best resources in job search. Has "Rites of Passage at...
  • New interview tips to take seriously

    DEAR JOYCE: I am in my mid-20s and terrified about interviewing for employment, whether in person or by video. I get the shakes every time I think about it. Is my next step to hire an interview coach? -- J.S.T. That's a good idea. Shop around. But first....
  • Why online education may flunk for you

    DEAR JOYCE: I'm graduating from high school this year and had planned to attend a college in my state, which my dad hopes I will do. Several of my friends say that college costs are astronomical and instead they plan to attend college online. Good idea?...
  • Liberal arts: bright future or so yesterday?

    DEAR JOYCE: After graduating from high school, I worked for two years to save a little money and to make sure that I chose the best college major for my future. I was thinking about majoring in the humanities, but engineers and other professional grads...
  • Can you bounce back to old job? Maybe

    DEAR JOYCE: A year ago I left a job I liked very much because I was offered an irresistible cash and stock deal. But I soon found out that the new company was all show and no go. Undercapitalized, it went down the tubes last week. Am I wasting my time...
  • Grads: Is keeping a job harder than landing it?

    DEAR JOYCE: I'm graduating this year. I have no work experience. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to fit in an internship experience. I'm in the same spot as my brother was two years ago when he didn't last three months on his first real job. What are my best...