The Best Way to Figure Out if a Company’s Truly Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

Target your research before applying for a job and ask specific questions in your interview to learn how committed a company is to diversity and inclusion.

3 Questions Desperate Job Seekers Need to Stop and Ask Themselves

If you get to the point where you think: "I'll take any job," step back and make sure you're not making a job search decision you'll later regret.

The Career-Changing Pizza Dinner That Made Me Realize Networking Actually Works

Hosting one of Ann Shocket's "Badass Babes" dinners was an empowering experience for this writer, who learned about networking and made lasting connections.

How One Coaching Session Helped Me Land a Senior-Level Position I Love

Here's how resume and LinkedIn career coaching helped one Muse user landed a higher-level position that he loves at a new company.

What to Do When Entry-Level Positions Need “Two Years of Experience”

You don't need to pass up applying to jobs just because you don't meet the minimum number of years required. There's more to being a good fit than this criteria.

20 Companies That Are as Great as Google (and Hiring Now!)

From awesome cultures to sweet perks, these 20 companies are just as great as Google—and they're all hiring right now!

Ask a Career Coach: How Do I Stop My Stutter From Getting in the Way of My Job Search?

A speech impediment such as a stutter can cause anxiety and feelings of nervousness. But you can't let it stand in your way of success, says career coach Antonio Neves.

11 Things to Do the Night Before an Interview (if You Want to Land the Job)

If you're worried about your interview tomorrow, preparing the night before will help you feel more confident. And we know just what you should do to get ready.

Is It Normal to Have to Send a Hiring Manager (Lots of) Reminders?

The hiring manager is always positive when they talk to you, but you have to follow up first every single time. Is this normal or is it a bad sign?

What You Need to Do When You Decide to Drop Out of a Job Interview

It's perfectly OK to drop out of a job interview. But before you make any final decisions, here are a few things to consider about your situation.