A recent Bloomberg article cheerily detailed a growing trend of fast food restaurants recruiting senior citizens to join the ranks of burger-flipping hourly workers. These experienced workers are being
If you're just starting out with intermittent fasting, no matter which method you follow, having the right support and motivation is the key to your success. Using apps can be a game-changer, and these
Over the past four weeks, I wrote about how to start with nothing (or less than nothing) at age 50 and create a successful retirement plan. For my example, I chose a $60,000 annual income because I had
So often we read about the types of interview questions employers need to ask to weed out potentially-bad job candidates. Take Chieh Huang, co-founder and CEO of Boxed, who pops this question to eliminate,
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I have seen more LinkedIn profiles than anyone I know. It’s both part of the work I do and a little bit of a hobby. I really enjoy learning about people, and LinkedIn is a great tool to help you do that.
It's not too early to start thinking about your golden years. Your 50s are a time of transition. Many workers reach their peak earning years in their 50s, having found their ideal career niche. If you
It’s not ‘social pressure’ that makes us turn our pain inwards Let’s be brave enough to call the problem by its proper name The news that a quarter of girls are self-harming – nearly four times as many
Siri is useless for a lot of things, but when it works, it can be a real timesaver. For instance, you can use Siri to search for photos in your iPhone or iPad photo library. Say something like, “Hey Siri,
How much are you targeting to save for your retirement? There is no lack of suggested targets, as shown below. But what is the right amount for you to save, taking into account your unique circumstances?
When I first got started in business, I seriously minimized the importance of emotional intelligence. In fact, "minimized" is an understatement. It was barely on my radar. It wasn't that I didn't appreciate
No matter what your employment history is, there's a good chance you've worked with one or more colleagues who were less than perfect at their jobs. Maybe they were unhappy with their position, or maybe
• Job interviews are stressful, and sometimes you may not give the best answer to a question.• At The Cut, workplace advice columnist Alison Green suggests that the best way to deal with a question you
“I don’t need time, I need a deadline.” This Duke Ellington quote used to be my mantra. I’d find myself repeating it as a justification for the frenetic energy I brought to the last-minute conclusion every
How many motivational books have you read? You know how it goes, right? The author conveys his or her version of the secrets of life, success, or relationships through a highly subjective "10 best" strategy.
Meditation retreats and free trail mix are nice, but what employees really want is less trendy, and less materialistic, than that. According to a new survey from the American Psychological Association,
If you've ever felt like you're just the average Joe or Jane, I have news for you. Anybody can be awesome. Being awesome doesn't mean having off-the-chain leadership skills at work or killing it with uncanny
Seven years ago, Max Lugavere was sitting at the dinner table when he asked his mother to pass the salt. The simple request should have take a fraction of a second, but it took his mother three or four.