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Talk to the Kids about Your Work
Sharing work stories makes children feel involved in their parents’ lives while opening up priceless opportunities for parents to teach life lessons in problem-solving. 

 

Six Tips for a Successful Job Interview
Whether the interview you have lined up was hard won or came rather easily, you want to do the best you can. The goal is to be offered the job. At that point, you are in the catbird’s seat: You can say yes or no, thank you.

 

Helping Your Teen Find a Summer Job

By the time children reach middle and high school, they usually are ready for a summer job. This could be a paying or volunteer job -- either way, the experience will contribute to a teen's overall education as certainly as European history, geometry, English, or physics.


 

Landing Your First Job
Your college campus has disappeared over the horizon and the real world awaits you. Securing a job -a "real job," not a summer job or part-time gig - is next on the agenda. But how do you go about it?

 

Landing Your First Job
Your college campus has disappeared over the horizon and the real world awaits you. Securing a job -a "real job," not a summer job or part-time gig - is next on the agenda. But how do you go about it?

 








 
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