• Who Are the Fortune 100 CEOs? [infographic]

    So we know that typical CEOs are tall, white, first-born men named Peter, Bob, or Jack, but what about their educational credentials? Thanks to Forbes and N2Growth, we now know a lot more about where CEOs come from -- especially the folks at the very top of the corporate ladder.

  • The Boys Club: Now Accepting Women
    Gender divides have existed for as long as anyone can remember. However, women aren't just sitting back and letting their male counterparts get all the credit -- they're making a name for themselves in these male-dominant industries.
  • 3 Tips for Adapting to Change
    It's no secret that we live in a fast-paced, ever-changing world, but as business educator, Eddie Obeng, points out, the speed of change is overtaking the speed of learning around the world. Find out how we, as business people, can learn to keep up in such a quickly advancing world.
  • Do Part-Time Jobs Hurt Your Career?

    What do you do when you can't find a full-time job? If possible, get a part-time gig -- or two. It's a good temporary solution to the problem of being unemployed. The problem sometimes comes later, when you have to spin those entries on your resume.

  • Low Pay Is Not Okay

    Low Pay Is Not Okay
    Fast food workers took to the streets yesterday with chants such as "Hey, hey, ho, ho, poverty wages have got to go!" But who is paying more attention to the plight of the low wage worker? Lawmakers, or the customers buying cheap lattes and Big Macs?
  • 15 Stimulating Quotes to Get Your Career Juices Flowing
    Do you suffer from a case of "The Mondays" every day of the week? If so, then we apologize. Maybe it's time for a career change. Here are fifteen motivating quotes to get you amp'd about going after the career of your dreams.
  • Quora Question of the Week: Choosing a Major or Career When You Have Too Many Interests
    Do you have too many interests and don't know in which direction to take your career? We turn to the Quora community to see what members have to say about selecting the right career path, regardless of what tickles your fancy.
  • Work Hard, So You Can Play Hard Later

    Need another reason to save 16.62 percent of your yearly salary for retirement? Look no further than these awesome retirees.

  • National Fast Food Workers Strike for Living Wages
    Fast food workers are no longer fighting their battles alone. Various groups, including union organizers and religious groups, are calling for fast food workers across the nation to walk off their jobs together.
  • Athletic Equipment Field Tester
    Many workers can't wait for the weekend so they can go mountain biking, hiking, skiing, or participate in whatever their favorite athletics are. Then there are those who get paid to go mountain biking, hiking, or skiing during the week, and use the weekend to get some rest.
  • Facebook – The “Debbie Downer” Network
    Feeling lousy and lonely? Well, a recent study shows that you should steer clear of Facebook because it’ll only make matters worse. Should you ditch the downer so it doesn't bring down your career?
  • Low Wages Affect Us All, Especially Children
    Almost a quarter of the children living in America are growing up in poverty. Fifty years ago today, Martin Luther King, Jr. marched on Washington to demand jobs and freedom. We still have a long way to go to fulfill King's dream.
  • Engaged vs. Disengaged Employees [infographic]
    Do you find yourself checking your phone every five minutes while you're at work? If so, then it seems that you are like millions of other American workers who have "checked out" while clocked in.
  • 20 Inspirational Quotes About Success

    How do you define success? If you're like most of us, it changes from day to day. Sometimes, it's seeing a certain number in your bank account; other times, it's being able to do what you love or give back to the world.

  • Americans are Craving Meaning at Work [infographic]
    Americans spend at least a third of their day working, so it's no wonder more and more people want to make their work hours meaningful. The infographic below illustrates how much Americans covet the ability to incorporate their personal interests into their careers.
  • 5 Career Lessons You Can Learn From Miley Cyrus
    In her hotly debated performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, Miley Cyrus completed her transformation from wholesome child star into future train wreck before our very eyes. But her disturbing and controversial dance number can teach us more than what not to do with a foam finger. Here are five things from Miley Cyrus's VMA performance that you can learn (and avoid) to further your own career.
  • Can Your Employer Force You To Lie?
    There has been a lot of discussion over the past few years about what employees can and can not say on social media sites. It is one thing for employers to ban employees from posting negative things about the company, but requiring employees to post positive things about the company is another subject altogether. Can an employer force you to lie about the company you work for?
  • Friend or Foe? Let's Chat About Coworkers
    Do you love your coworkers or do they cause you emotional distress? How do your relationships at work affect your daily life? Would you quit your dream job to avoid daily annoyance and/or stress caused by a coworker? Although most people claim salary to be the most important factor of job satisfaction, this issue should not be undermined.
  • So You Hate to Use the Phone

    Media types frequently excoriate Generation Y for not picking up the phone, but anyone who has ever met an introvert knows the problem isn't isolated to folks born in the late '80s. Assuming that technology doesn't figure out a way to save phone-haters from having to speak into the microphone, what can they do to make calls a bit easier?

  • Channel Your Inner Superhero: Harness the Power of The Perfect Question
    You don’t have to wait for Ben Affleck in the next Batman movie to see a superhero. Look in the mirror. A recent Popforms article says you — yes, you —have a power to master new skills, control conversations, get better at your job and improve your relationships at home, at work and with your peers.