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  1. Intel engineers are taking their careers and skills in new and inspiring directions to create anti-poaching technology that saves elephants and other species in Africa. View the full article
  2. These jobs give you the flexibility you need to work from home, whether you’re a parent or caregiver, have a disability or chronic illness, or just want to make your own schedule. View the full article
  3. Joey Patterson, a science and math teacher at Success Academy in New York City, left his research job and found a fulfilling career teaching children. View the full article
  4. With initiatives like inclusive hiring practices and unconscious bias training, the tech company has made D&I a priority. View the full article
  5. Coming out at work is still not always easy. Here’s what to consider—and tips for how to come out in a way that feels right for you. View the full article
  6. If this unexpected remote work experiment has shown or confirmed to you that you’d prefer to work from home, there are steps you can take to try to make it permanent. View the full article
  7. Our Employer Spotlight Series features employer branding best practices in action. Check out these insights from a company that's totally crushing it. View the full article
  8. A hiring manager shares what makes a remote interview successful and how a design candidate can shine from behind a screen. View the full article
  9. This digital sales lead’s career path led her to a new group within the geographic information system (GIS) software company Esri. View the full article
  10. It takes time to find the right company for you, but we’re here to help in your search. View the full article
  11. Talking about your achievements loudly and proudly might feel daunting (and even icky), but Meredith Fineman believes you can teach yourself to “brag better.” View the full article
  12. As states and cities continue to reopen, offices are starting to reopen too. Is it safe? Here’s what you should be asking before you return. View the full article
  13. For this software engineer, working at Intuit means feeling supported both as a technologist and as her whole self. View the full article
  14. A teacher at Success Academy in Manhattan shares how her training and a mindset of continuous improvement has given her skills that benefit her life. View the full article
  15. Here’s a short list of must-reads to help you understand the landmark decision, the context around it, and what’s next. View the full article
  16. Check out seven of the highest-paying sales jobs you can pursue—and what you’ll need to get your foot in the door. View the full article
  17. For this engineer-turned-teacher, a job at resource-sharing platform Teachers Pay Teachers combines his two passions. View the full article
  18. Follow this advice to highlight your past achievements as an executive assistant and tell a compelling story about why you’re the best candidate for this new job. View the full article
  19. How the team behind Charles Schwab’s AI-powered app built this cutting-edge technology. View the full article
  20. We’ve got expert advice on how to decide how long your resume should be (and how to cut it down if needed). View the full article
  21. Follow this sales leader’s career path and learn how to leverage your skills, no matter where your work takes you. View the full article
  22. Common accounting interview questions, how to answer them, and sample answers from a former accounting recruiter. View the full article
  23. Read our career advice article, What to Do If Your Company Has Been Silent About George Floyd, Protests, and Racism in America View the full article
  24. If you’re trying to be a better ally to people of color at work, here are several practical actions you can—and should—take. View the full article
  25. Want to work somewhere that’s truly LGBTQ inclusive? Check out these companies. View the full article