Be the Boss Over Cancer

Kathy, our newest guest blogger, is here to share! Also, resume tips and more from the person who looks at them everyday.

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The interview process can be an incredible mixture of nerves and adrenaline. And the desire to land the job can also be your Achilles’ heel. Check out this blog to learn if your interview actions are setting you up for success or leading you to failure.

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We're running a survey about our website and your input is important. Click through to help out!

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A personal reference can be the make or break factor in landing a new job. Learn how to set yourself up for success.

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Spa Week Fall 2011 will be taking place October 10th - 16th. Register now through our exclusive early registration! Proceeds benefit Cancer and Careers!

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When we launched Cancer and Careers, it was a program for working women with cancer. As we grew, we realized that most of the challenges of combining work and treatment are universal. And we changed our mission to serve ALL people with cancer. But some of those so-called universal things affect men and women differently.

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With all the news about Steve Jobs and the speculation of why he chose to resign now, we got to chatting at Cancer and Careers about how every day we hear from people making the very difficult decisions about how to balance work and treatment.

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MyLifeLine.org is a Cancer and Careers community partner that provides free websites to cancer patients and survivors, all for free!

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Get ready for Cancer and Career's Fall lineup of events & more!

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There has been a big buzz lately in the media about the fact that many American companies are blatantly discriminating against unemployed Americans. New York Times economics reporter Catherine Rampell recently wrote an article about the trend of help-wanted ads specifically asking for only the employed to apply.

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Whether you are just now starting to consider self-employment or you are a seasoned self starter, Cancer and Careers can help you along the way.

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Want some simple and practical resume advice? Check here for a few easy resume fixes from a career expert from CareerBuilder.

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Hello, I’m thrilled to join the Cancer and Careers team as we celebrate our 10th anniversary.

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Understanding what costs to expect before starting treatment can help you manage the financial impact of cancer in the most effective way possible. ASCO created this guide to help you talk with your healthcare team about coping with the costs of cancer care.

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CAC's Director of Development bids a fond farewell.

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Gaining an objective understanding of your abilities, preferences, values and interests is a fundamental step in determining your best career fit. Explore Julie Jansen's list of reflective questions from CAC's National Work & Cancer Conference to see how your job measures up.

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Your resume is your first impression to a prospective employer. What kind of impression are you making? Read more to learn what should not be in your resume.

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Mark your calendars! Life with Cancer presents…. The WTF Young Adult Survivorship Conference Saturday, August 6, 2011, Fairfax,VA

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Two is always better than one, especially when we are talking about the Educational Series for Healthcare Professionals! Register for the Fall Series today!

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While we do spend much of our time at work inside, we are still often susceptible to the harmful rays of the sun (think of that gloriously sunny conference room, or the walk to get your morning coffee). How can you protect yourself from skin cancer?

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