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Steps to Success

Steps to Success

If there were secrets to getting through college successfully that also help you land your dream job, you’d want to know, right?

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published September 18, 2013
Go to School While Serving Your Country

Go to School While Serving Your Country

Jose Gutierrez’s career hasn’t been a straight line, but his zigs and zags have taken him from Active Duty to the Reserve and from Security Forces to the Ivy League. Jose ...

Published October 29, 2015
Tap Law School Career Center Resources

Tap Law School Career Center Resources

Utilize top law school career center resources to secure your future job as a lawyer.

Peter Vogt, MonsterTRAK Career Coach
Published June 5, 2008
What Am I Worth?

What Am I Worth?

When it comes to your salary, you have to ask yourself: "What am I worth?"

By Valerie Lipow
Published June 5, 2007
Top 20 Companies with Uniquely Amazing Employee Benefits

Top 20 Companies with Uniquely Amazing Employee Benefits

What do you value most in terms of employee benefits and perks?

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published March 2, 2016
Discover the Work You Were Born to Do

Discover the Work You Were Born to Do

Discover the work you were born to do with this career assessment.

By James Gonyea, Monster Contributing Writer
Published June 5, 2007
Work at a Top Hospital

Work at a Top Hospital

Some advice to consider if you want to work at a top hospital.

By John Rossheim
Published March 12, 2009
What to Ask Before Taking the Job

What to Ask Before Taking the Job

Ask all the pertinent questions before you accept any job offer!

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published February 18, 2014
The Informational Interview

The Informational Interview

An informational interview helps you gain a better understanding your chosen field and omits the stress and pressure.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published September 11, 2016
College Grads Facing Startling Unemployment Rates

College Grads Facing Startling Unemployment Rates

How will '09 graduates be able to compete in the decaying job market?

Kathryn Knight
Published April 22, 2009
Career Planning Step-by-Step

Career Planning Step-by-Step

Follow this guide for career planning step-by-step.

By James Gonyea
Published September 3, 2008
What Your Childhood Dream Job Pays

What Your Childhood Dream Job Pays

All-star athlete, veterinarian and astronaut: what do all of these jobs have in common? They’re common career paths that you likely dreamed of becoming as a kid.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published March 1, 2016
Can’t Find a Job? Think Outside the Box: Consider the Peace Corps

Can’t Find a Job? Think Outside the Box: Consider the Peace Corps

Forget the job search. Join the Peace Corps.

By Lauren Bayne Anderson
Published February 18, 2011
Studying for an Employable Edge

Studying for an Employable Edge

Start preparing for your future in choosing your college courses wisely.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published August 21, 2013
It's Never Too Early to Start Job Searching

It's Never Too Early to Start Job Searching

It's never to early to use job search engines as well as to get a resume critique.

Peter Vogt, Monster Career Coach
Published May 12, 2009
Now Hiring

Now Hiring

Some industries seem to be recession-proof. Why?

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published March 12, 2013
Take Control of Your Online Image: How to Wipe it Clean

Take Control of Your Online Image: How to Wipe it Clean

You can determine your online image. Find out how.

By Lauren Bayne Anderson
Published July 29, 2011
Be Picky with your First Job

Be Picky with your First Job

Before you say "yes," think about whether it's the right job for you.

By Kay Peterson, Ph. D.
Published March 18, 2009
Don't Let Money Lead

Don't Let Money Lead

Following the money isn't always the best approach when picking a career.

By Peter Vogt, MonsterTRAK Career Coach
Published March 19, 2009
The Millennial Workforce by the Numbers

The Millennial Workforce by the Numbers

Monster.com finds out what millennials are looking for in the workplace.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published April 13, 2015