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Next Avenue: Résumé, networking and interviews: Here’s some smart advice for boosting your chances of getting a job
This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org. Job hunting these days is not for the meek, especially for those in their 50s or 60s. It’s challenging both in terms of time and emotional energy. But Steve Dalton, author of the new book “The Job Closer: Time-Saving Techniques
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The Big Move: I live in Seattle, but it’s overrun with tech workers. Where can I move that has cheap homes — and fast internet speeds?
Dear MarketWatch, I read your previous columns, and guessed it can’t hurt to ask. I live in Seattle with my wife and grandson, but the city is now more of a playground for high-tech workers, and we would like to take our equity and buy some older
: MacKenzie Scott gives $2.7 billion to ‘historically overlooked’ groups — and asks to be left out of the story
One of the world’s richest women has handed out another bunch of billions to nonprofits — and says she wants media coverage of the donations to focus on the recipients, not their benefactor. “People struggling against inequities deserve center stage in stories about change they are creating.
Every investor knows that the path toward profits lies in buying low and selling high. That’s a basic precept of any economic trading system. The trick, however, is recognizing when the stock is low enough to buy in. The prime moment to buy is when the stock
Oracle Corp. blew away expectations for earnings and sales to close out its fiscal year Tuesday, but shares dipped as executives revealed plans to spend more money developing Oracle’s cloud business. Oracle ORCL, -1.19% on Tuesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of $4.03 billion, or $1.37 a share,