Google remains the best internship program in America, according to ratings by interns at career site Glassdoor. In terms of pay, Microsoft interns earn the most, with an average monthly base pay of $5,869.
With the right ingredients, you can boost brain power by as much as 20%, according to the World Health Organization. "Food is like a pharmaceutical compound that affects the brain," Fernando Gómez-Pinilla,
Every day, make the commitment not to: 1. Check my phone while I'm talking to someone. You've done it. You've played the, "Is that your phone? Oh, it must be mine," game. You've tried the you-think-sly-but-actually-really-obvious
Both are somewhat dirty words in the startup community at large (which Shanley recently pointed out). Process is associated with large companies. All the cool hipster startups seem to do without anything
While there are a host of factors that contribute to anxiety, our work culture plays a big role. It's where people spend most of their waking hours; and how we process our work lives has a dramatic affect
A crowd of a few hundred was there to support VFA, which has become one of the most important nonprofit organizations in America since Andrew Yang founded it two years ago. Huffington told Yang on stage:
The United States is the greatest country in the history of everything, if you just listen to its leaders, and a disgrace among developed countries, if you just read international surveys. Our health system
There's no good replacement for hard work. No viable alternative. No efficient substitute. Hard work is in a league of its own. And trying to find something more effective is probably why your business
Some people are inspired by helping the needy. Some aren't. Some are into fame, power, and prestige. Others are into anonymity and freedom from responsibility. It gets more interesting when you realize
Philosophers and academics alike have long held that the realistic, concrete steps that lead to achievement in other areas of life simply do not work for happiness. "What we predict will make us happy
First off, our congratulations on scoring the position. But now it's time make sure you impress your peers and superiors with an appropriate internship wardrobe. Don't worry. We're here to help, summer
To give more perspective, the number of women in the workforce has increased from 44 million to 72 million in the past 30 years—that's a huge shift in societal norms. In their book, Work With Me, authors
Jeff Pulver, a founder of Vonage and an Internet entrepreneur, had a passion for connecting that started at a very early age. "Turning back the clock, when I was just nine my uncle took me to his office
That's what happened with Apu Gupta, the co-founder and CEO of Curalate, a company that provides advanced image analytics for social networks like Pinterest and Instagram, with clients including retailers
Heard that one before? Probably not. Thankfully. But just grouping those three types of people together in a space shows how uncomfortable they all might be. Not everybody works well in the same types
How do they do it, these happy people? How do they let troubles bounce off them and make the best of every struggle? Do they choose to be this way? Many believe a constant state of happiness is in the
Meetings around the watercooler or over lunch are as traditional as the workplace suit and tie. But today, companies are looking for more innovative ways to bring employees together. Connecting people
Always go with the hard choice. Here's why: Effort creates its own reward. Hard work - especially incredibly hard work - rarely pays off in the short term. But without incredible effort there is almost
"It's a great moment in history, just like it used to be when we opened up our business in east and central Europe in the former Soviet Union right after the fall of the Berlin wall," Kent told Bloomberg
The fastest-growing industries — according to a 2012 Bureau of Labor Statistics report— include ones tied to the aging population, like home health care services and offices of health care practitioners.
Why do consumers find it so easy to break their commitment to dine in a particular establishment at a particular time? According to Wharton PhD student Jaelynn Oh, it all comes down to perceived value.