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After a challenging job search, you finally received the call you’ve been waiting for! Your interviewers liked the potential they saw in you, and a few days after your final meeting, they picked up the phone to tell you the good

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Running a business online requires that you understand what is happening in terms of traffic to your website. Whether your business is entirely based online, or whether you have an offline storefront and a website to complement it, you need

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Many of today’s job seekers, especially those of Generation Y, like the idea of working in a startup environment. They want to be more than just a cog in a corporate machine — they want to be a part of

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With limited funding and resources, most startups have to stay results-focused while racing against rapidly changing market conditions, consumer demands and overnight competitors. Founders and other business leaders have plenty to do without  micromanaging employees — especially when they should have their

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July 3, 2014

Tips and Ideas for Opening a Gas Station

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Are you considering opening a gas station? First research the market, which can make all the difference. Congested cities, such as New York, San Francisco and Boston, are difficult places for gas station owners to operate. The temptation is to sell

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Money is nice, and plenty of techies are changing jobs to get more of it. But IT managers say the right “fit” is even more important. Dear Annie: My mom sent me your article about why Millennials aren’t accepting job offers, because I

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If you keep getting passed over for jobs, you might want to check your online image. More employers than ever are using social media to find additional information on potential candidates, and they’re not too impressed with what they see, according to a

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Creativity isn’t just for “creatives.” Rather, it’s a mental tool prized by employers across all fields. Many believe it’s the key to business success, even if the word itself has become overused and blasé. If you’ve been feeling uninspired recently,

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May 29, 2014

Are You Ready for a Freelancer?

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Now that we’ve established that you’re a micropreneur like me, let’s address the fact that you do too much. Far too much. It’s time to learn to delegate. Take it from me: having help can open you up to having more time and

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It’s a well-known fact that America’s small business owners are movers and shakers. They come up with innovative products and services; they employ about 50 percent of all private sector workers; and they persist even during tough economic times. But

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