Need a work partner? Ditch the extrovert, go with a neurotic.

They shine in job interviews, but outgoing, confident people often don’t perform well in teams, says a new study. Surprisingly, neurotics do.

5 Questions to Ask Your Next Boss

The chemistry, or lack of it, between you and your immediate boss could make or break you in a new job. Here’s how to tell if the fit is right.

Employers Not Calling You Back? 5 Reasons Why

Being out of work for two years or longer makes candidates harder to place than people with a criminal record, recruiters say. Gen Y, take note: A history of job hopping is a deal-breaker, too.

A faster (and cheaper) alternative to an MBA

Master’s in management programs are booming, especially among liberal arts grads in pursuit of a competitive edge.

6 Networking Mistakes Job Hunters Make

Most people know by now that networking beats answering job ads, but how you go about it can make all the difference. Here’s what to avoid.

Top 5 Mistakes on Executive Resumes

If you haven’t updated your resume in a while, you may be surprised by some of the changes in what recruiters and employers want to see.

Do I Fire the Bottom 10% Just Because Jack Did?

A ‘rank and yank’ system like GE’s is based on a bell curve. It assumes a random sampling, which a company is not.