In-depth info by local experts for job seekers and workers.
Job got you down? You’ll find help on this list of 45 tips for coping with workplace stress.More
High school gives teens knowledge, but it doesn’t always prepare them for how to find a job and succeed in business. That’s where Washington Business Week programs can help.More
Most young adults don’t want to work for just any company; they want to work for an employer that will support their career-development goals. Here’s how to find those companies and the types of programs they offer.More
Just been promoted? Remember that a key part of your success in your new job lies in helping your employees achieve their potential.More
Fear is not only tolerated in the job-search realm, it is expected. Career consultant Lindsey Pollak’s new book shows how viewing every new challenge the way a boss would can help banish these fears and advance your career.More
You just accepted a new job. You’re so excited, you feel as if you could fly! Then it hits you: Now you have to quit your current job. Don’t worry; just follow these steps to exit your job professionally and leave your reputation intact.More
Unfortunately, most jobs involve meetings of some kind. You might even be in charge of running them. If that’s the case, take a look at these nine ways to make your meetings shorter and better.More
Hiring managers look to “hard” technical skills first, but the “soft” interpersonal skills often seal the deal. Follow these tips on how and when to communicate both kinds of skills for maximum value.More
Many people find negotiating uncomfortable — especially when it comes to discussing starting salaries. Even though some have a more natural ability than others, anyone can learn the skill. Here are eight tips for preparing for salary negotiations in your next job interview.More
Moonlighting is nothing to be ashamed of; it can be a good answer to underemployment, and can be the path to greater job satisfaction and fulfillment (not to mention solvency). Following one simple rule will help ensure success.More
Karen Burns is the author of The Amazing Adventures of Working Girl, a career guide based on her 59 jobs over 40 years in 22 cities.
Randy Woods Writes about job-search tools, networking techniques and other tips to help you land your dream job.
Lisa Quast is a certified career coach, mentor, business consultant, former corporate executive and author based in the Seattle area.
Kristen Fife is a senior recruiter, career mentor, blogger and resume consultant.
Michelle Goodman is the author of "My So-Called Freelance Life" and "The Anti 9-to-5 Guide."
Matt Youngquist is the president of Career Horizons, a career counseling firm.
Natalie Singer is a Seattle writer, editor and small-business owner.