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The 14 Best Jobs for Women

Whether you're still in school and figuring out what career to pursue, or on the hunt for something new, we rounded up the absolute best jobs for women out there. Career consultants Alexandra Levit, author of "How'd You Score That Gig" and Willi<p>Whether you're still in school and figuring out what …

16 WTF Work Mistakes to Avoid Like the Plague

From milennials texting through job interviews to Mark Zuckerberg rocking hoodies to huge presentations, it's hard to know what might be acceptable work behavior these days.<p>From milennials texting through job interviews to Mark Zuckerberg rocking hoodies at the office, it's hard to know what might …

Run Your Meeting Like a Boss: Lessons from Mayer, Musk, and Jobs

We spend a lot of time in meetings, but we’re bad at making them effective. In a 2005 survey of Microsoft Office users, Microsoft, found that workers …

11 Ways to Avoid Burnout

The latest Gallup poll (2012) revealed that 87 percent of employees are “not engaged” or are “actively disengaged” from their jobs worldwide. This …

Scientific Proof That Your Hobby Makes You a Better Worker​

Do you want to be better during work hours? Concentrate on your free time creativity. A new study published in the Journal of Occupational and …

Before It's Too Late: 5 Steps to Keep Your Best Employees

By the time you try to give them raises, they're already out the door. If you want to retain your best people, you need to start much sooner.<p>If you're in a war for talent, you've probably read more than you can stand about hiring so-called "Rockstars." About finding the best-of-the-best. About not …

Employment

How An Ohio Housewife Flew Around The World, Made History, And Was Then Forgotten

Jerrie Mock was a 38-year-old housewife from Columbus, Ohio, when, 50 years ago this week, she accomplished what Amelia Earhart is famous for having failed to do. But in the decades since, as Mock's life began to unravel, history all but forgot the pilot who made it.<p>Just before the coast …