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Curated career advice from around the web for the week of August 14th, 2022…

Should You Go Back to an Old Job as a Boomerang Employee?

When it comes to jobs, absence can make the heart grow fonder. A recent Forbes article by Benjamin Laker identified “boomerang workers” – referring to workers who return to a former company after leaving a job – as a 2022 career trend following the Great Resignation.

What NYC’s Pay Transparency Law and Its Delayed Implementation Mean

​Despite delays and uncertainty about its implementation, one thing is for certain about New York City’s new pay transparency law: A lot of lawyers are going to get paid exploring it and its fluid, dynamic nature. Earlier this year, the city enacted a law that requires employers to list the salary range in any job advertisement.

Why I don’t use LinkedIn and Why you should also!

In this article, I’m discussing why I don’t use LinkedIn much and why you should also stop using it. LinkedIn is used by millions of humans, as I am a developer I can only write about the perspective of a developer. Disclaimer everything in this article will be from the point of view of a developer.

Job Search Scams To Avoid

Because job seekers are often desperate to find a position when searching online, they may easily overlook red flags when responding to online job listings. Here is some valuable advice to help you avoid being taken advantage of by criminals posing as employers doing a job search.

How To Talk About Getting Fired In A Job Interview

Being fired is more common than you think. If you get asked about it in an interview, the key is to be truthful, but tactful.

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