We know: Things get busy.
So, in case you didn't get all of your Muse reading in last week, we've picked the best articles on the site to get you up to speed. Check them out on your lunch break or during the afternoon slump, and you'll be crushing your cover letters, thinking a little differently about your job search, and maybe even pondering your next move.
Struggling to write a cover letter that captures just who you are? Try this surprising approach.
It may have worked 10 years ago, but some traditional job search advice needs to be thrown right out the window—pronto.
Happy Mean Girls Day! While high school is over, we’re willing to bet you have a few co-workers who remind you of Regina George and company.
Should these three long-term job holders stay at their gigs, or is it time to move on? An expert weighs in.
This writer shares why looking beyond the U.S. was the best thing she did for her career in her 20s.
As a radiation oncologist, Dr. Thompson has always helped women with breast cancer. But a personal experience with the disease inspired her to do even more.
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