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Sponsored: How do I get the boss to stop talking about her personal life?

My boss's life is just fascinating. If you doubt it, just ask her!
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Sponsored: Tired and stressed at work? You should stop ‘gold plating’

Overdelivering on every little (and big) thing at work is not energy efficient.
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Sponsored: Are you and your career coach a bad match?

Here are three steps to try when you have matched with the wrong coach.
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Sponsored: My manager is an animal

How to work under a harsh and unpleasant boss.
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Sponsored: ‘Pinch-me moment’: How a young architect landed her very specific dream job

After hard work, two degrees and a fortuitous introduction, Margarita Aguirre is helping design the new Texas Rangers stadium.
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Sponsored: How to survive a government job

Strategies to combat an enormous workload and constant change.
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Sponsored: Stop eliminating perfectly good candidates by asking them the wrong questions

Here are the types of questions you should ask instead.
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Sponsored: Flying burgers and posing bunnies: All in a day’s work for Zulily’s studio director

Meet Jana Krinsky, who is in charge of the 350-person creative team at the Seattle-based online retailer.
Tags: News, Careers, Seattle, Explore, Jana Krinsky


Sponsored: How work-life programs stall women’s careers — and pay

Often, women say that they feel that they have to let their compensation coast lest their employers force them to choose between work-life programs and promotions that come with bigger paychecks.
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Sponsored: Why do I get sick and tired of every job after two years or so?

I try to practice self-care and all that jazz, but something isn't working.
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Sponsored: So you left your crummy full-time job — now what?

How to make the most of your time off.
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Sponsored: CEO may have promoted the wrong people. Now what?

You must call them on their deficits and give them the resources to address them.
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Sponsored: An unexpected side benefit of doing something that scares you

Not being in charge (for once) is a great source of self-care.
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Sponsored: He delivers big Seattle-area development projects from start to finish

Arne Hall, who is managing the Avenue Bellevue project, also worked on the Bravern, Microsoft's headquarters and Crystal Mountain.
Tags: News, Careers, Seattle, Explore, Avenue Bellevue, Arne Hall, Bravern Microsoft


Sponsored: Where to sit in a meeting? It depends

After I sat down, my supervisor told me I was sitting in "John's" seat.
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Sponsored: As competition for skilled workers heats up, manufacturers improve health benefits

“It isn’t just about money,” says one employer. “It’s about how can you be an employer of choice and offer things that are important to employees.”
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Sponsored: 5 things to do when you can’t trust your boss

Stuck with a bad manager? Remember that "nothing is forever" and do this.
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Sponsored: American employers are hung up on hiring Ph.D.s

For a few lucky, talented and highly educated workers, the U.S. job market is booming.
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Sponsored: YouTube revealed people’s homes; now TikTok is showing us their work

Perhaps you’re curious to see the kitchens of every restaurant chain you’ve ever been to, or to watch a carefully choreographed super-speed dishwashing routine, or about how Kind bars get made?
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Sponsored: Use amplification to get your voice heard

Make an agreement with your female colleagues to repeat — and credit — their ideas.
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Sponsored: Falling down on the job? Seek feedback — and act on it

Although I work extremely hard, I get almost no appreciation. In fact, my entire team seems to resent my working style.
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Sponsored: How to protect yourself if a recruiter offers a shady ‘right to represent’

After I've signed a right-to-represent agreement, the recruiter's supervisor calls back and tells me the rate I agreed to can't be met and proceeds to try to get me to lower my rate.
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Sponsored: When you are rising in your company and not liking what you see

If you don't like the way your company is managed, you need to decide whether you can make a difference in the situation.
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Sponsored: Phoenica Zhang’s cool job at Solid Ground

"Talking with relative strangers about housing instability, homelessness or hunger, and how these issues are effects of systemic racism isn’t exactly the easiest of conversations."
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Sponsored: Male tech founders rarely get around to hiring more women

At companies with all-male founding teams, about 14 percent of leadership positions are held by women. At those started by all-female teams, the split is about even.
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Sponsored: When you’re offered a dream job in a nightmare city

When you're making a big decision, consider how other people have fared in similar situations.
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Sponsored: Is this an innovative job-interview technique or a mean mind game?

Take a job candidate out for a lunch interview, then secretly ask the server to intentionally mess up the candidate's order. The purported goal: to see the candidate's true nature.
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Sponsored: How to not ruin your life (or just die of embarrassment) with a screen share

Here’s a checklist of things to do before your next meeting.
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Sponsored: Unfriendly co-worker keeps stalking my social media posts

If you choose to stay on social media: Remember that you’re always being watched.
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Sponsored: Nooooo! The embarrassing consequences of screen sharing at work

If you’ve presented in a meeting, you know the potentially calamitous effects of projecting your laptop screen — your naked, interior world, that is — before unsuspecting co-workers.
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