• Which Employer Would You Choose Based on Perks?
    More and more companies are hopping on the employee perks bandwagon nowadays – and it's not just big-brand names that are dishing out the goods. From small start-ups to international corporations, employee perks are becoming more commonplace, probably because happy employees = healthy profits. Take a look at the companies that are offering some of the best perks around and let us know which one you'd choose as your employer.
  • 5 Ways to Tell If the Corporate Culture Is Right for You ... Before Accepting a Job Offer
    Finding the right company is just as important as finding the right job. Far too many professionals take the first job offer thrown their way out of desperation and impulse, without considering whether the company is a good fit, culturally. That's like marrying someone after the first or second date without knowing anything about that person, other than what you gathered online. A little crazy, right? Unfortunately, what ends up happening is that these eager professionals quickly grow unhappy in their jobs after discovering that it wasn't love at first sight – and this, folks, is why there are so many unhappy and disgruntled workers in America.
  • 5 Free Online Courses to Boost Your Career
    One of the most frustrating things a professional will face in their career is feeling stuck. There comes a point when the competition is steep in your field and the only way to get a leg up is to tack another skill or certification onto your resume. The only problem is: how do you find the time? Read on to learn more about free online courses that can boost your career in little to no time at all.
  • For the First Time Ever, Computer Science Is the Most Popular Major for Women at Stanford
    There's no reason to beat around the bush or sugarcoat it: STEM has a woman problem and it has for a while now. However, here's a bit of good news: Stanford University recently announced that, for the first time in the university's history, computer science is the top major for female students this year. Yeah, you read that right.
  • 15 Inspiring Quotes Every Ambitious Woman Needs in Her Life Right Now
    First things first, ladies: give yourselves a well-deserved pat on the back for continuing to fight the good fight for women's equality – even if it is the same battle we've been fighting since 1776 when Abigail Adams pleaded for John Adams to "remember the ladies" when penning the Constitution. The good news is that women have come a long way since then and are making huge strides in their fight for equality, especially in the workplace. Here are 15 inspiring quotes to help motivate you to continue your quest to bring women parity in their careers once and for all.
  • The Best & Worst States for Working Parents
    If you're a working parent finding it near impossible to balance your career and your life, it may have something to do with where you live. Read on to see which states are the best and the worst for working moms and dads, and where your state falls on the list.
  • 3 Reasons We Make Bad Decisions at Work
    It's estimated that an average person has around 70,000 thoughts per day, and obviously, not all of them are productive. It's not surprising that most of us make a bad decision or two every now and again. We'll a look at some of the common reasons why we make bad decisions in hopes of preventing you from making them in the future.
  • These Are the Jobs Where People Are Most Likely to Marry Each Other
    You've probably heard that you shouldn't mix business with pleasure, but a new study suggests that intermingling the two may just be what your love life needs – that is, if you're in certain professions. Read on to find out if your personal and professional stars align and make for a happily ever after.
  • Etsy Broadcasts Its Employees' Mistakes Company-Wide (and That's a Great Thing)
    Making mistakes is never fun, especially when it happens at work. Can you imagine if every time you made a mistake at your job, you were required to admit to your error in full detail to the entire company? One well-known and reputable company is doing just that – and it's a huge success. Read on to see why and how.
  • 3 Alarming Facts About the Current State of Workplace Inequality
    Workplace inequality may sound like some "oh, woe is me" sob story that women are, well, sobbing about, but the reality of the situation is much more serious than most of us would like to admit. It's 2015 and women still earn 77 cents for every dollar a man earns. So what's holding women back in their careers?
  • 3 Ways to Prevent Bad News From Ruining Your Productivity
    It seems everywhere you turn, something terrible is happening in the world and you can't help but let it affect you. What was once curiosity has now turned into full-fledged ruminating and you start feeling powerless and sad about the tragedies occurring around the world. Not only is your mood shot, but the bad news is making your performance at work go downhill, too. Don't worry, because there is hope. We'll discuss three techniques to help you deal with bad news more constructively so that it doesn't ruin your mood or, worse, your career.
  • Use These 4 Money Tips Right Now, and Take It Easy Later
    For far too many young professionals, saving up for retirement is the last thing on their minds. However, this careless mentality can lead to dire financial situations later on in life when retirement finally rolls around. Here are four valuable money tips to practice now to ensure a cushy retirement of leisure and travel later on in life.
  • To Fix Parental Leave, Make It Possible for Dads to Take It
    America's parental leave situation is dire. As you probably know, America is the only industrialized nation in the world that does not offer paid parental leave to workers, so working parents are forced to use accumulated vacation and sick hours to ensure some sort of income during their time off. Even if parents are lucky enough to have paid parental leave, they might not take it all. Why? In part, it's because dads often head back to work, even before their leave is up.
  • Does Money Buy Happiness? Depends on How You Look at It
    If you've ever teetered back and forth trying to figure out whether money could buy you happiness or not, then you're not alone. Choosing a career can often seem like a trade-off between wealth and happiness. Do you take the higher paying job and sacrifice time with your family, or do you choose the job that allows you more freedom and flexibility but warrants a smaller paycheck? See if your answer changes after reading what research has to say about the money-happiness argument.
  • 3 Reasons Not to Stay at Your Job Too Long
    Should you stay or should you go? Typically, job hopping is frowned upon because it suggests that you're flighty and possibly incompetent, thus a waste of money for the employer. Of course, it could also mean that you know what you want and don't want in your career. Here are three reasons why staying at your job for too long may be a career breaker, rather than a career maker.
  • 5 Amazing Perks for New Parents That Actually Exist
    They say it takes a village to raise a baby, but what happens when mom and dad have to leave the village and return to work? Making the transition from "new parents" to "new parents who also have to work a full-time jobs" is no easy feat, and many new parents find it so difficult and costly that one chooses to put their career on hold to be the primary caregiver instead. Wouldn't it be nice if companies offered perks that helped make the transition for working parents a tad bit easier? Believe it or not, some companies do. Here is a list of the five incredible perks for working parents and the companies that so graciously offer them.
  • 5 Signs That Now's the Time for Millennial Women to Shine in Their Careers
    Working women continue to be steadfast in their fight for gender equality in the workplace. And, it's paying off, especially for millennials, who now have the greatest support of any generation of women. Here are a few signs that it's time for millennial women to break the glass ceiling once and for all.
  • The 5 Five Stages of Wanting to Quit Your Job
    Making the decision to quit your job generally happens gradually, and then all at once. If you're in the midst of making up your mind, the important thing is not to let your emotions get the better of you. It starts with being aware of what's happening during the process. Here's what to expect when you're pondering a jump to bigger and better things – or even just an escape from a dream job that's turned into a nightmare.
  • Do You Have 'Career Compulsive Disorder'?
    Raise your hand if your lunch breaks consist of sitting at your desk, scarfing down food, and pounding away on your keyboard trying to get through emails. Turns out, you're not alone. According to Gallup's Work and Education Survey findings, adults working full-time in the U.S. spend an average of 47 hours per week plugging away at their jobs, and nearly four in 10 say they work at least 50 hours per week.
  • Paid Parental Leave Continues to Gain Momentum in the US
    Lately, a lot more American companies have been jumping on the paid paternal leave bandwagon and finally offering their employees more paid time off after having a baby. This is great news for working parents in America – because, if you're a working parent, then you know that the struggle is very real. We'll take a look at how some companies in the U.S. are stepping up their paid paternal leave game, even if the country as a whole still lags behind the rest of the world.

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