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  • Knowing when and how to negotiate salary is critical for job seekers. Read Robert Half's tips on navigating this tricky topic.

  • Preparing for a job interview? Read our tips on responding effectively to the inevitable question about your greatest weaknesses.

  • Need a remote job ASAP? Read these 5 tips.

  • What does hiring look like when many companies are moving their staff off-site to comply with shelter-in-place orders? Here’s a quick guide to finding and hiring remote staff without meeting them in person.

  • How can you make connections with people through a webinar platform? How can you prioritize a virtual event that competes with meetings, emails and urgent projects? Here's our advice:

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    When it comes to hiring, millennials are killing it

    If there really is a generation war raging in the workplace, millennials may have already won. Seventy-two percent of talent professionals say they plan to focus on recruiting millennials (ages 24-39) over the next five years as opposed to other age groups, according to a LinkedIn survey of 2,406 U.S.

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    3 Things You Need To Know About A February Job Search

    There's no bad time to look for a job, but there are seasonal trends that can work in your favor or slow your progress. Despite robust hiring and low unemployment numbers in the U.S., job seekers still need to prepare for the unique challenges and opportunities each month presents.

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    7 mistakes that can derail a promising job interview

    Applying for your next big career opportunity requires a lot of work. You need to reach out to your network, arrange informational meetings, talk to recruiters, submit résumés, prepare talking points, and ace the preliminary interview. Finally, you land the final interview that will seal your fate.

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    Super Bowl slacking off is bad for business. Employers are adapting. - Marketplace

    There's a phenomenon today some call "Super Bowl absenteeism." Blame the chili, blame the beer, blame the letdown after all the big game excitement. HR outfit Kronos estimates that more than 17 million workers may be taking the day after the game off. That's the highest number since Kronos started tracking this in 2005.

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