"Bleep My Dad Says" is a sitcom inspired by a Twitter page with a similar -- but more profane -- name that was inspired by the witty, often-vulgar comments made by Sam Halpern, 74. More than 1.3 million subscribe to the page posted by his son, Justin.
If you want LinkedIn to help you find a job, you need to join groups and offer recommendations for others, Lewis Howes writes. "I believe half the battle of finding a job is simply letting others know you are alive," he writes.
Since you never know who might be on an elevator -- such as a business competitor -- don't discuss workplace issues in such close confines, Jason Seiden writes. "Shut your face. That's public transportation, and you don't know who's around," he writes.
Research salaries online and with others in your industry before entering into pay negotiations, career experts say. If you're offered less than you want, say something like, "I'm really excited about this position, but I'm disappointed about the salary," says Anita Attridge, a career coach.
If you're trying to decide whether to stick with a job or a career, look at how much the position actually costs you in terms of taxes, benefits, commuting expenses, wardrobe costs and business equipment, Liz Davidson writes. "This is the time to ask, how expensive is my job? Am I getting the most out of my employment or should I re-evaluate my situation?" she writes.