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Finding direction in your career.

Our experts answered some tough questions in 2012 from bailing on their teach career, to letting prospective employers in on their social media profiles, to getting a job with no experience.

Here's some of the top answers from Katie Bennett, Eileen Chadnick, Eileen Dooley, Julie Labrie, Daniel Lublin, and Bruce Sandy.

I'm so bored. How do I make a career change?

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The ins and outs of job severance

How to answer the 'salary expectations' question

I've been bullied, and now I've been fired. What do I do?

I get laid off each year. Should I quit being a teacher?

My job's in jeopardy and I'm treated as a contractor. What can I do?

Should I pursue an MBA or get more work experience?

Can a company terminate someone on parental leave?

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Is your boss just tough, or a bully?

Four steps to getting your dysfunctional team back on track

My boss is pressuring me to change my LinkedIn profile

Lots of education but no experience? Learn to sell yourself

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