How to Tell if an Internship Will Be More Than Just Fetching Coffee

The best internships introduce you to the professional world. The choice is a big one. Here's how to prepare.

Why You Should Use Your Parents as a Resource When Looking for a Job

Awesome network, top-notch professionals skills and free job coaching? Look no further than your very own parents.

3 Former Athletes on How to Bring Your A-Game to the Office

What can college athletes bring from the field to the workplace? We found out.

11 Articles That’ll Help You Understand Your Benefits (Because It’s a Lot of Paperwork)

Confused by all of the benefits information you receive when starting a new job? Read on to learn more about 11 of the most common benefits—including 401Ks, unlimited vacation, non-compete agreements, and health insurance.

One Super Easy Way to Make a Great First Impression at Your New Job

There’s so much to think about when you’re starting a new job. But there’s one super easy and extremely important thing I’ll bet isn’t on there: Practicing your introductions. Because first-day you is going to be nervous enough without leaving your first impression at work to your improv skills.

7 Email Templates You Need When You Start a New Job

When you start a new job, everyone seems to be telling you how important it is that you hit the ground running. But, how do you do that? Send a few of these emails to your new colleagues to forge some relationships, get up to speed, and make an awesome first impression!

4 Execs Talk Big Career Bets Over a Poker Game [VIDEO]

During a game of Texas Hold 'em, we asked Caesars Entertainment employees what they look for when hiring, how to grow your careers, and what it's like to work above the casino floor.

How to Get the Right Kind of Feedback in Your New Job (Because Your Success Depends on It)

The first 90 days of your new job are crucial to set yourself up for long-term career success. It’s where you make good on the promises you touted during your interview and set the stage for how people perceive you. Here's how to ask your boss (and colleagues) for feedback—and get the right advice.

Why You Don’t Need a 4-Year Degree to Get the Tech Job of Your Dreams

How to transfer your experience to your dream tech job, without going back to a four-year school.

What’s a Normal Challenge at a New Job and What’s a Huge Red Flag?

So, you just started a new job and are worried that it wasn't what you thought it would be. Fear not! We have a list of what's normal and what's not.