You got the job. Now you’ve just got to settle the details, in particular how much you’ll get paid. If you’re like many people this gives you a pit in your stomach and sends you straight to the Internet
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The test developed by researchers at the National Institute on Aging, distinguishes between patients and healthy elderly with 100 percent accuracy A new blood test for Alzheimer’s could detect the disease
I cannot tell you how often couples complain to me that they rarely make love. These are generally people who love each other, who enjoy being together and often have fun with each other. Yet they don't
Well, here we are at the start of 2015, and the unemployment rate has declined to 5.6 percent. Over the course of 58 consecutive months, the Obama economy has created 11.2 million private sector jobs.
The 114th Congress was sworn in on Tuesday, opening the flood gates to legislation that will potentially damage the economy, hurt the middle class and the poor, and leave the retired Americans in the financial
The way we interview job applicants is at least fifty years behind the times. When we call a plumber to come over and get our kid’s sock out of the tub drain, we say “How much do you charge per hour?”
All organizations are political – and to some degree, they always will be. The underlying reasons are psychological. First, work involves dealing with people. That means finding a compromise between what