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QVC, one of our newest sponsors, submitted their community giving video (where CAC was one of 5 select charities) into the 2013 Corporate Citizenship Film Festival!

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NPR recently wrote a piece on the employee experience taking time off under the FMLA, and their findings illustrate how important it is to know the protections available at your company.

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We here at Cancer and Careers talk a lot about building and protecting your online brand. We urge our audience to think carefully about the personal information they post, as it could potentially hinder career success.

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Do you ever feel like you're just sending your resume into a black hole? Here are some tips to help get your resume through the applicant filtering technologies that many companies are using today.

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Registration is now open for CAC’s 3rd annual National Conference on Work & Cancer! Experts will be covering everything from job search and career change, to legal and insurance issues and more.

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Given how much travel the CAC team does, it seemed only right to create a blog series for 2013 called "On the Road with CAC."

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Are you between the ages of 21 and 40? Do you need a place to talk about the challenges of work and cancer? Would you like to connect with your peers?

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The Ticket To Work program is one of a number of Work Incentives available to those receiving SSI or SSDI.

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Flexjobs is back offering discounts to any of our readers looking for flexible work options.

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The Cancer and Careers team is excited to announce that we are now offering a free resume review service to help get your resume in the best shape for job applications.

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While there are many pieces to the puzzle of creating a supportive work environment for those living with cancer, clear communication is found to be the most important across the board.

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There are tons of questions to consider when preparing for an interview, but which ones are the most critical?

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Learn how to advise your patients & clients on balancing work and cancer. Join us this Spring for our popular Educational Series, updated with all new content!

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2012 was a whirlwind year and we can't thank our supporters enough for their generous support of Cancer and Career's mission and programs. Thank you!

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Cancer and Careers held our first in-service program at CancerCare last week, and it was a huge success!

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On Dec. 7th Cancer and Careers and CEW hosted our biggest annual fundraiser at the Waldorf Astoria in NYC - read on for some of the highlights of this wonderful event!

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Laura Mercier is counting down 12 flawless days of Christmas and the Laura Mercier Ovarian Cancer fund, which benefits Cancer and Careers, is lucky number 10. Buy a Bonne Mine cheek and lip palette, receive a Deep Teal Tightline Cake Eye Liner, and support a great cause. It’s a win, win, win!

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A common misconception is that job hunting during the holiday season is a waste of time. But those who think that companies put hiring on hold until the new year may be missing out on some great opportunities.

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A new study shows that telecommuting increases work hours and blurs the lines between work and home, making it important to set boundaries.

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We recently added two new articles under the Looking for Work section of our website - Mock Interviews and Interviewing Methods and Tips. Read about some of the highlights and then go check them out yourself!

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