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Should You Choose a Job With a Higher Salary or a Shorter Commute? Science Says One Will Make You Much Happier | Inc.com

The lure of a bigger paycheck can make it tempting to accept a longer commute. It's a dilemma most people face at one time or another. How much more do you need to get paid to commute an extra 30 minutes? What is your time really worth?<p>While you may be tempted to go for the bigger paycheck, that …

Commuting

You could fit the entire human race into a sugar cube — and 13 other facts to put the universe into perspective

It's full of exploding stars and immortal jellyfish and it's been kicking around for almost 14 billion years.<p>Here are 14 awesome facts to put it all into perspective.

Universe

You Have a Plan B? Science Says That's a Really Bad Idea

You're just being rational, right? Perhaps you shouldn't be.<p><i>Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.</i><p>You're a lot more sensible than I am.<p>You look ahead and plan out the beautiful trajectory of your career.<p>You know where you want to be …

Business School

Deep sea scientists capture footage of "googly eyed" purple squid (Video)

As you might guess, the ocean's murky depths hides plenty of surprises, from eerie jellyfish to deadly predator seahorses.<p>Of course, you can also …

Zoology

Physicists Believe They've Discovered a Fifth Fundamental Force of the Universe

Although physics may seem complicated to the uninitiated (or even to the trained professional, for that matter), it’s worth remembering that physics …

Mimo’s new app teaches you how to code on your iPhone

Apple’s new iPad app Swift Playgrounds is popularizing the idea of learning to code on mobile devices, not desktop computers. But its focus is only on teaching kids to code in Swift. A new application called Mimo goes beyond that, with mini-lessons for not only Swift, but also HTML, CSS, …

Computer Science