Salary and Career News Round Up: Office Burnout Before 30, Hiring Older Workers and Defending Part-Time Work

Every Friday we round up the salary trends, career stories and job news that you may have missed during the past week.

  • A new study reveals that many women are burning out at the office before they even reach the age of 30. The Huffington Post takes a look at this "pandemic" and explores eight ways to prevent it from happening to you or your colleagues.
  • It's not just the young applicants companies should be looking for. Older workers bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and contacts with them that can far surpass the ambitions of youth. This Fast Company piece shares tips from John Dearborn, Cleveland's top venture capital executive.
  • The recent jobs report might not be as gloomy as it seems. Forbes uncovers what could be an overlooked, larger scale of the story: the growing diversity of work in today's economy. The rise of part-time and freelance work means that it's not only full-time jobs that should be measured.
  • Loyal employees are one of the greatest assets any company can have. Curious how you can earn their trust and implement key management strategies? Check out these behaviors that loyal employees trust.
  • The Washington Post explores the reasons behind the latest federal statistics, which show that job recovery is the worst it's ever been for Americans in their prime working years.

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