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Sponsored: Over 50, out of work and in despair (an update!)

A “dead-broke” librarian-turned-accountant who couldn’t find a job shares some happy news we could all learn from.
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Sponsored: Engaging the 4 types of workers, from ‘Pole Vaulters’ to ‘Flatliners’

More-engaged employees perform better, are more loyal and enjoy better health and personal well-being.
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Sponsored: Bored worker: ‘I don’t know how many more times I can refresh Twitter at work before I lose my mind.’

You have entered the workforce at the uneasy top of a freaky boom cycle. Write your pretty poems on the clock. You’ll look back on this job and laugh.
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Sponsored: Bad at talking? Try this game-changer from Jen Mueller

Set the stage for more-productive professional conversations with an E.T.A. approach.
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Sponsored: When (and how) to take the blame at work

Knowing how to, and being able to, own up to a mistake is a career skill everyone needs.
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Sponsored: Your partner is starting to work from home. Here’s how to cope

Every aspect of life is affected in a transition like this, so discuss and plan for as much as you can in advance.
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Sponsored: From Seattle, he helps open Hyatt hotels all over the world

For Ahmed Elayan, an IT project manager, work is a mix of home-based preparation and far-flung, exotic travel.
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Sponsored: How to help your employees learn from each other

When your team wants to learn a new skill, where do they turn first? YouTube?
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Sponsored: Manager wonders how to handle skilled worker who’s also a bully

Consequences need to be clearly defined and then followed through on.
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Sponsored: How to stay in the loop when your work team is in a different city

Just like external networking, vibrant relationships take effort but bring great personal and professional value.
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Sponsored: 4 ways busy people sabotage themselves

An important task is hanging over you, causing daily anxiety. And yet instead of actually doing it, you do a hundred other tasks instead.
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Sponsored: Boil your big goal down to a single word to really get cooking on it

An easy-to-remember word can guide you as you navigate your day-to-day work and life.
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Sponsored: A new app gives paid time off to the ‘original gig workers’

For the first time in her 20-year career cleaning houses in Philadelphia, Maria Del Carmen Diaz will soon be able to take a paid day off.
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Sponsored: Job outlook 2019: Seattle has ‘a very innovative workforce, and no one wants to miss the party’

Employment across nearly all sectors will continue to experience consistent growth throughout Washington, labor economists suggest.
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Sponsored: Job outlook 2019: Seattle, state can expect ‘still-strong’ growth

“This is a very innovative workforce, and no one wants to miss the party,” says regional labor economist Anneliese Vance-Sherman.
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Sponsored: Drinking problem is affecting a valued employee

As his manager, can I do anything to encourage him to get help?
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Sponsored: 9 reasons why you should never be late again

If being more punctual was one of your New Year’s resolutions, here’s some encouragement.
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Sponsored: How to take charge when you are not a take-charge person

Self-described “fairly submissive” person must exert authority in a new job.
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Sponsored: Federal workers in Washington state furloughed by shutdown can apply for unemployment benefits

The state’s Employment Security Department says it has received unemployment benefits applications from roughly 1,000 workers since the furlough started.
Tags: News, Washington, Careers, Explore, Employment Security Department


Sponsored: Choosing between the right work and the right workplace

A job seeker is more than ready to end the job search, but is also afraid of making a mistake.
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Sponsored: The continued demise of email, and 4 other workplace predictions for 2019

A phone booth in the office? Here are some things you may see now that you're back at work to start the new year.
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Sponsored: How to use professional envy to your advantage

Five ways to tame the green-eyed monster.
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Sponsored: What to do about an overly critical boss

Starting a new job, an employee is already preparing to quit because of a supervisor who repeatedly levels unfair critiques and then apologizes.
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Sponsored: Make the first salary offer just this side of crazy

Making the first offer in a salary negotiation could be the right move, even if you don’t want to.
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Sponsored: Clients complain about a co-worker. Should you tell the boss?

A sales representative worries that a peer’s performance could hurt the company, but going behind her back could seem selfish. Here’s how to do what’s right for everyone.
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Sponsored: Ditching the receptionist, and 7 other office trends to look for this year

The latest things in workspace design include increased branding and (move over, millennials) a focus on Gen Z.
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Sponsored: Dealing with a boss who hates his job

A promotion means learning from a new supervisor, but he seems so miserable and overworked that you’d prefer not to ask for his help. Here’s what to do.
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Sponsored: Start 2019 right with 5 tried-and-true career tips

Treat your old job like a new one and see your career take off.
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Sponsored: For American workers, 4 key retirement issues to watch in 2019

A look at crucial retirement policy topics to watch in the year ahead.
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Sponsored: How to make a habit stick (and it’s not about trying harder)

James Clear, author of “Atomic Habits,” suggests we have more control over our habits than we think.
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