Our experts answered some tough questions in 2012 from bailing on their teach career, to letting prospective employers in on their social media profiles, to getting a job with no experience.
Here's some of the top answers from Katie Bennett, Eileen Chadnick, Eileen Dooley, Julie Labrie, Daniel Lublin, and Bruce Sandy.
I'm so bored. How do I make a career change?
The ins and outs of job severance
How to answer the 'salary expectations' question
I've been bullied, and now I've been fired. What do I do?
I get laid off each year. Should I quit being a teacher?
My job's in jeopardy and I'm treated as a contractor. What can I do?
Should I pursue an MBA or get more work experience?
Can a company terminate someone on parental leave?
Is your boss just tough, or a bully?
Four steps to getting your dysfunctional team back on track
My boss is pressuring me to change my LinkedIn profile
Lots of education but no experience? Learn to sell yourself
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