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How To Handle Uncomfortable Salary Discussions At Work

Why is everyone so hush-hush about how much they make?

Well, many employees think discussing wages in the workplace is taboo; sometimes it’s against company policy. But mostly it makes people uncomfortable.

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Gen-Y workers could benefit from stronger entrepreneurial spirit

Measuring the entrepreneurial spirit among Gen-Y, Gen-X and Baby Boomers helps strengthen the retention efforts that employers often struggle with in a competitive market.

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Gen-Y workers could benefit from stronger entrepreneurial spirit

Measuring the entrepreneurial spirit among Gen-Y, Gen-X and Baby Boomers helps strengthen the retention efforts that employers often struggle with in a competitive market.

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Tough Job Interview Questions You Should Ask

Much of what makes a great job interview is intuitive. It's chemistry between two people. When it comes to that point in the interview when you're asked if you have any questions, you have a final chance to make a lasting impression.

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Always on? How to switch off in a digital world

Here are some things workers can do to better manage the always-on expectations of the digital world:

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Intrapreneurship Opportunities for Grads

It can be hard for a recent graduate filled with big dreams to feel fulfilled when working behind a desk in the corporate world.

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Research shows Baby Boomers taking risks, showing entrepreneurial spirit at work

New Research Reveals Baby Boomers Taking more Risk, Bringing More Entrepreneurial Spirit to the Workforce than Gen-Y

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Developing the Entrepreneur in Every Student

Entrepreneurship is hot on college campuses these days. Representing a new type of career energy, students want to create their own careers rather than rely on a shaky job market.

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Own it, make it, change it — you have the skills to be an entrepreneur

Silicon Valley isn’t the only place where ‘entrepeneur’ is a buzzword. According to a recent study using data from the popular career-building site Monster.com, 32 percent of generation Y participants consider themselves entrepreneurs, versus 41 percent of generation X-ers and 45 percent of baby boomers.

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Forget Gen Y: Baby Boomers Are the Real Entrepreneurial Risk Takers

A new study shows that Baby Boomers take more risks and have more entrepreneurial spirit than Millennials.

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