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    1. Nine Words And Phrases To Avoid When You're Negotiating A Salary

      Nine Words And Phrases To Avoid When You're Negotiating A Salary

      You’re 96% sure that you're ready to schedule a meeting with your boss to ask for a raise. Or perhaps you’re nearing the end of the job interview process and an offer is in sight. However, if you’re like me, you have definitely put your foot in your mouth a time or two saying the wrong thing at the absolute worst moment. Doh! Don’t mess up. Don’t mess up. No matter how many times you rehearse what to say, there’s always that risk of fumbling right at the five-yard line.

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    2. What The Uncertain Future Of Obamacare Means For Entrepreneurs

      What The Uncertain Future Of Obamacare Means For Entrepreneurs

      Earlier this year, Rich Robinson was entertaining two very different job offers. The first, at a large company, would mean stability and guaranteed health insurance. The other, at an early-stage startup, was a far more risky but exciting option to build a team from the ground up. Robinson, a web designer based in Seattle, ultimately chose the steady corporate job.

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    3. Freelance workers and entrepreneurs need clarity on Obamacare replacement

      Freelance workers and entrepreneurs need clarity on Obamacare replacement

      Private insurance was always available for freelance workers or small-business owners, but the premiums could be prohibitive, particularly for people with pre-existing conditions, and the coverage was often subpar. The ACA, even with its many flaws ...

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    4. These 8 Business Apps Are Going to Crush It In 2017

      These 8 Business Apps Are Going to Crush It In 2017

      Of course, there are a ton of cool, slick, fun and potentially great applications for businesses. But this list is about a select few that are ready to explode this coming year. In a very good way. They've all been around for a while. They all have a strong customer base and growing communities. And they're all positioned for huge growth, particular among small- and medium-sized companies.

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    5. How I Left A 12-Year Career In Silicon Valley To Work On A Beach In Belize

      How I Left A 12-Year Career In Silicon Valley To Work On A Beach In Belize

      Three months ago, I worked in San Francisco as a marketing leader for a unicorn startup. I earned a salary that let me do, eat, and buy whatever I wanted. Now, I live and work from a beach in Belize, earn half of what I used to, and couldn't be happier. After spending 12 years on a career path that just wasn’t the dream I'd imagined it would be when I started out on it, I knew it was time to try something else.

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    6. Five Ways Older Workers Can Combat Age Discrimination

      Five Ways Older Workers Can Combat Age Discrimination

      "I turned 50 and seemed to have been thrown out of the public relations profession, my industry of 20 years," says Lisa Wells, who recalls having traveled repeatedly from New York to Philadelphia and Boston for job interviews—all without having any luck. Desperate, Wells sought some professional help. But "after going to a head hunter's office in Midtown to meet a young woman who seemed to be in her pajamas," she recalls, "I went home and decided to open my own consulting business."

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    7. 3 Crucial Things Your Employees Would Tell You If You Asked

      3 Crucial Things Your Employees Would Tell You If You Asked

      When I opened Metal Mafia 12 years ago I believed deeply that our employees would be our strongest assets and I made sure that we treated them like gold. I literally tried to give my staff the very best of everything I could. They never had to take work home, they were well paid, their health insurance was 100% covered, their vacation time resembled that of European companies, they had access to a 401K with an annual company match, and if they worked diligently, they could receive bonuses for both short and long term milestones reached. These were all things ...

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    8. You're Fired: Here's A 9-Step Plan To Bounce Back

      You're Fired: Here's A 9-Step Plan To Bounce Back

      Elizabeth Gross was a young assistant account director at a marketing agency the first time she got fired. Her company was going through a reorganization and her job was cut. An ambitious young professional, Gross says she was devastated. "It’s like a death. Your job is gone. The people you work with, the people you really liked and saw every day, are not going to be in your life anymore. We identify with our job and, suddenly, it’s not there anymore," she recalls.

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    9. State of Entrepreneurship 2017: Growing Revenue, Growing Uncertainty

      State of Entrepreneurship 2017: Growing Revenue, Growing Uncertainty

      Small-business owners want to feel better about the economy. Sales are climbing and banks are (grudgingly) expanding credit. But entrepreneurs are getting queasy over health care costs. And the new administration and Congress? Oh, my.

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    10. Trump Threatens The Design Industry, And Design Is Fighting Back

      Trump Threatens The Design Industry, And Design Is Fighting Back

      On the morning of November 9, just a few hours after news broke that America had elected Donald Trump as its 45th president, Diego Zambrano was walking to the Supreme Court in downtown Brooklyn, where he would finally be made a citizen of the United States. When Zambrano made it to the courtroom with his wife, who was also being naturalized, the mood was somber. Zambrano hadn’t expected that.

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    11. A Call To Action For Health-Tech Startups

      A Call To Action For Health-Tech Startups

      This story reflects the views of this author, but not necessarily the editorial position of Fast Company. The presidential election results have been greeted in many quarters with tearing of hair and gnashing of teeth. As a lawyer who works closely with health-tech startups, I've been wondering about the potential implications for innovators in this sector.

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