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Safely climb the corporate ladder: Shopping tips for healthy office footwear

Safely climb the corporate ladder: Shopping tips for healthy office footwear

From surgeons to chefs, people who spend long hours standing at work take steps to ensure their feet stay healthy, including wearing comfortable, supportive shoes. Yet even people who sit…

Five tips to get the best deal on the right tax software

Five tips to get the best deal on the right tax software

Finding the right tax software can be just as important to ensuring the best possible return as making sure you have all the necessary documents and information. And when you…

Medicine isn’t just a job, it’s a mission: Saving lives and spreading goodwill at home and abroad

Medicine isn’t just a job, it’s a mission: Saving lives and spreading goodwill at home and abroad

Demand for civilian health care professionals, such as doctors, registered nurses, dentists and certain allied health professionals such as clinical psychologists, will grow by double-digit percentages from now until 2020,…

Choosing the right holiday greeting for your business

The spirit of the holiday season doesn’t stay outside the workplace. While the season is often marked with at-home celebrations with family, it’s also a lively time around the office.…

Out of work? How job hunters can fight the growing stigma of unemployment

Out of work? How job hunters can fight the growing stigma of unemployment

Forty percent, or 5 million, of unemployed Americans are considered “long-term unemployed,“ according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, meaning they have been jobless for at least 27 weeks.…

The internship hunt: What students should know about landing a great position

This is the time of year when companies converge on college campuses looking for the best and brightest students. Recruiters – from financial services firms to high tech companies –…

Six ways to use social media in your job search

Six ways to use social media in your job search

Resume? Check. Cover letter? Check. Now you’re ready to begin that job search, right? Wrong. There may be some very important things you’re forgetting about that could dramatically enhance your…

Small-business owners show cautious optimism about 2013

Small-business owners show cautious optimism about 2013

There’s no doubt that small businesses are a driving force in the American economy. And because they feel the shifts in the economy so acutely, the insight of small business…

Top communities providing support for returning veterans

When veterans return home from serving overseas, the support found in family, friends and the community can make a huge difference for a smooth transition. Pittsburgh ranks as the top…

Seven things employers must provide reservists returning from military service

Seven things employers must provide reservists returning from military service

Since Sept. 11, 2001, more than 800,000 reservists and national guardsmen have been called to leave their civilian life to serve the military full-time, with more than 250,000 pressed into…