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Being good at your job no longer just means having specialized technical knowledge. Here are the vital, transferrable skills that career experts say will make you a superstar in 2016. Eight Career Skills You Need To Be Competitive in 2016 — Fast Company
President Obama gave his final State of the Union speech this week, addressing a multitude of controversial topics—including mandating small businesses to provide their employees paid sick leave. Here's how it could impact workers and business owners alike. How Important is Paid Sick Leave? Listen to Obama — CNBC
Do you end each work day with dry eyes and a pounding headache? Staring at your work computer all day could be to blame. Here's what to do about the growing trend of digital eye strain. 68% of Millennials Report Digital Eye Strain. How to Soothe the Ache — Mashable
It's a new year, which means tax season will be sneaking up on you before you know it. And with federal tax laws changing every year, it's important to keep an eye out for the latest updates before you file—like the spike in Obamacare tax penalties. 6 Biggest Tax Law Changes of 2016 — GoBankingRates
Need to give your résumé a fresh look for the new year? From ditching the old-fashioned objective statement to choosing industry-relevant key words, these do's and don'ts can get your foot in the door to snag your dream job. What Your Resume Should Look Like in 2016— Money