• Have a Conscientious Spouse, Get a Promotion
    Even if we have a clear and distinct separation between our personal lives and our professional ones, there is no doubt that how things are going at work can affect how we feel at home. Despite our best efforts, most of us find it difficult to not bring home the stresses, or successes, of the day. Likewise, the goings-on of our personal lives can impact our careers.
  • 3 Strange Jobs Held by Authors Before They Were Famous

    Even history's most revered writers had to do something to hold body and soul together before they hit it big. No surprise that these creative minds often toiled in something a little more offbeat than the usual food service or babysitting gigs.

  • University President Shares Salary With School’s Lowest Paid Workers
    It’s not everyday that a college president decides to take a $90,000 pay cut for the benefit of low-wage workers. Last week however, Raymond Burse, interim president of Kentucky State University, did just that. His decision sets a new precedent amongst presidents and CEOs to raise the bar on livable wages for employees.
  • Want to Make a Good First Impression? Choose Your Clothing Carefully
    Our choice of clothing causes others to make assumptions -- sometimes correct, sometimes incorrect -- about who we are. If you want to make the best first impression on a job interview or at work, let your clothing help, not hinder you.
  • The 5 Jobs That Ranked the Lowest for Job Meaning

    Low-meaning jobs aren't necessarily low-satisfaction jobs. Sometimes, they even pay a good salary and/or have minimal stress. PayScale's latest data package The Most and Least Meaningful Jobs looks at all the things that can measure a "good" job -- however you define that term for your own life and career.

  • The 7 Jobs That Offer the Highest Meaning

    You don't need to get fulfillment from your job: sometimes, a decent salary is enough. But if you know you're a person who can't be happy unless their days are spent doing something meaningful, these occupations might be a place to start your hunt for your next career.

  • #PayChat Roundup: Money or Meaning?

    Is it possible to do what you love, help the world, and still make a decent living? Today's #PayChat examined the issue of finding both money and meaning at work.

  • The Most and Least Meaningful Jobs [interactive chart]

    Want a job that makes the world a better place? Sometimes, that means sacrificing practical rewards (read: cash) for a sense of helping others -- but not always. As PayScale's newest data package shows, many careers offer a salary that allows you to feed your body as well as your spirit. Some will even make you rich.

  • Looking for Fair Pay? 5 Companies With the Best CEO-to-Worker Pay Ratio

    Most workers understand that the guy (and sadly, it's still usually a guy) at the top of the corporate hierarchy is going to earn more than they do -- a lot more. After all, he's the one who has to pick up the pieces if the company falls apart. In some companies, however, the difference between the CEO's salary and workers' pay isn't quite as steep.

  • These 5 Companies Have the Worst CEO-to-Worker Pay Ratio

    What's worse than working for a chief executive who makes millions of dollars a year? Working for that same millionaire CEO when you know it would take you 100 years -- or more -- to earn his annual salary.

  • Which Occupations Earn More Than Their Parents Did?

    If you polled a group of teenagers, you might get the impression that their future occupations would have nothing to do with what boring old mom and dad did for a living. Catch up with them a few years later, and it's clear that parents do affect career choices, if not exactly in the way you'd expect.

  • Top 5 Social Media Jobs in 2014
    Social media is so prevalent nowadays, especially in business, and companies are looking for top-notch professionals to leverage their social marketing efforts. If you’re a social-savvy person looking for an exciting career, then you might want to consider one of these five social media professions in 2014.
  • What Would Santa's Salary Be?

    Everyone knows that Santa's true reward is the look of joy on children's faces. Still, reindeer feed isn't free, and someone has to pay for repairs to the furry red suit. So how much should Santa pull down, salary-wise?

  • Is Salary Transparency Good or Bad for Morale?
    How would you feel if the entire company knew your salary, and vice versa? Recently, many companies have jumped on the “transparency” bandwagon. But is being too open and honest more harmful than it is beneficial to employee confidence?
  • Media Stereotypes Keeping Women Out of Tech?
    Could the media's bland stereotype of nerdy women be the reason why females are so underrepresented in technology careers?
  • Crowdfunding Your Salary: Wave of the Future or Financial Nightmare?
    Sites like Kickstarter.com and IndieGogo.com have put crowdfunding for creative projects on the map, but can the same model be successfully applied to an individual's salary?
  • 5 Reasons Why Coding Is a Kid’s Wildest Dream

    Kodable aims at providing children with the tools and resources needed to help them build the knowledge necessary to pick up on any programming language later on in life. But what's so great about coding?

  • Can Your Personality Type Determine Your Salary Potential? [infographic]

    Personality tests like the Myers-Briggs can tell us a lot about ourselves: our comfort with crowds, our preference for certain types of activities, even which careers to pursue. But can knowing your Myers-Briggs type tell you how much money you're going to make?

  • Which School Has the Crankiest Students?

    Here's an idea for our next iteration of the College Salary Report: schools with the most disgruntled students. After reading this post on Jezebel, we'd definitely have to include Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. One of their students wrote one of the more bananas emails we've ever seen and sent it to his classmates:

  • Cash in on Odd Jobs [infographic]
    If you find yourself hating the minutiae of your boring, everyday job, then why not try your hand out at one of these odd jobs that surprisingly bring home the bacon.