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Original articles from Adam Groff.
 
How Far Do You Go for the Dream Career?
If you know the career you've always wanted is out there, but just can't seem to find it, when do you call it quits on the search? Considering the majority of the working class is having trouble just finding a good job to begin with, sometimes pursuing that dream job isn't worth the effort or risk.

Are You Getting Past the Job Interview?
Interview preparation is important, but it might be how you handle yourself after the interview that makes the biggest difference. That's right. There are a number of post-interview dos and don'ts that could mean the difference between landing a job and being overlooked. When it comes to interview success, here are just a few things to do — and not to do — after the interview.

Be Career Smart and Money Wise
If you aren't satisfied with your current career, leaving your position before you have another job lined up could spell trouble for your future career-seeking endeavors. Sticking it out until something better comes along is the best way to manage your income and your work life.

How Far Do You Go for the Dream Career?
If you know the career you've always wanted is out there, but just can't seem to find it, when do you call it quits on the search? Considering the majority of the working class is having trouble just finding a good job to begin with, sometimes pursuing that dream job isn't worth the effort or risk.

How to Design the Perfect Home Office
Working from home is a great job perk, but if you don't have the right in-home office setting, it could spell trouble for your productivity. Luckily, there are a number of ways you can easily turn just about any room in your house into a quiet, private office suite. When you're ready to work 9 to 5 from the comfort of your own abode, here are just a few tips to make your house work-friendly.

Should You Ever Lie on a Job Interview?
Unless you’re hooked up to a lie detector or the interview is taking place in an interrogation room, chances are that a little white lie is likely to slip through the job interview cracks. But when your past position as mailroom supervisor is made to seem like you were CEO of the company, lying in an interview creates more trouble than the fib is worth.

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