Andrea Kay

Kay: It's never too late to find your voice

Editor's note: This is Andrea Kay's last column. I had an audacious idea in 1987. Out of all the billions of people on ...

Allow dialogue of the self

Even at funerals, people talk about their careers. On Friday, right before the funeral of my beloved Uncle Butch — the part where people struggle ...

Kay: How to pursue your dream, still get paid

What can you do when you hate your career but must support yourself and your family? In the 27 years I have been writing about ...

Don't be afraid to be you

You thought you were the only one. Turns out 75 percent of all employees hide who they really are at work. They cover up their true ...

Speakers: Slides will get in way

As Sunday gets closer — the day I'm giving a speech on how to get what you want at any age or stage of life ...

These traits can help you boost odds of getting hired

This is the year employers will be ever so cautious about adding many permanent employees to their ranks. It sounds a lot like last year ...

Don't be a word weasel

And now, in keeping with my end-of-year ritual to eradicate hollow, credibility-killing communications, here's how to expel weasel words and improperly used phrases from your ...

Test your interview skill set

You may not like job hunting, but who doesn't love a quiz? So here's your job-hunting quiz . 1. What is the objective of the job ...

Potential employees scared off

Workers are on the march — or hope to be in 2014. Four in five North American employees plan to look for a new job ...

Be smart with social media use

Here's more proof that social media can mean a boon or doom to your career. First, a brief history lesson: Think back — if you ...

New on the job? Lay low

A heaping of common sense can make things easier when you're new on the job. When Caroline Kennedy solemnly swore recently to do her duty ...