Patrick Creaven is a freelance writer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He's been an editor with Patch.com and a newspaper sports reporter. He writes about current events, politics and sports for PayScale.
The amount of people unemployed and not looking for work in the United States -- 90 million -- is growing at unprecedented levels, according to recent NPR report.
Paying an employee more than market value is traditionally considered bad business. But, increasingly, some businesses are experimenting with giving a little extra to employees and it appears to be a smart investment.
Mike Rowe is best known (at least to me) as the really American-looking dude that pitched Ford cars and trucks in his signature baseball cap.
We all know that piercings or weird dye jobs might make for an awkward job interview, but could your tattoo keep you from your dream gig? Perhaps, if the NFL has anything to say about it.
Everywhere we look, it seems like companies are scrambling for the crystal ball known as Big Data. Of course, statistics are useless unless you know how to read them. That’s why so many people are clamoring for the best data analysts.
Our society seems generally content with elite professional athletes earning millions more than the average worker. If an athlete can get paid to play adult recess at a high level, good for them. Who wouldn’t want to make loads of money to throw a ball or shoot a puck?
Thanks! We'll send you a welcome newsletter as soon as we can.
In the meantime, check out our research center.
Looks like your email already exists in our database.
Please log in here.
You are already logged in.