• Master the Art of Hustling in Your Career
    If nice guys always finish last, then who finishes first? According to a recent Quora discussion, hustlers do. We’ll take a look at how having a hustler’s mentality in your career can help you finish first, too.
  • Want to Be Successful? Then Don’t Worry, Be Happy [infographic]
    It’s no coincidence that happy people have amazing lives, and, as studies show, they also have more successful careers. We’ll take a look at the infographic below to see how working happier (not harder) leads to a more fruitful career.
  • Should You Take Perks Instead of a Raise?

    A recent survey shows that a higher percentage of employed workers are confident about their job security, as compared to six months ago, but that confidence doesn't necessarily translate to more money in the bank.

  • 3 Ways to Personalize Your Workspace
    We all like a comfortable, personalized workspace. Keep it appropriate so you are still taken seriously and seen as a professional.
  • Coffee Good, Coffee Bad: Which Is It?
    Picture the scene: you are late for work. The line at your favorite coffee shop is out the door and around the corner. You get in line and wait anyway.
  • Ladies, Stop Pointing Fingers and Climb That Corporate Ladder Already!
    As if it wasn’t hard enough being a woman in today’s day-and-age, now women must deal with the scrutiny from the media that comes along with making it big in the business world. Women tend to shy away from their career dreams to avoid being dissected by the rest of the world. But why?
  • The Key to Happiness at Work? Change Your Perception
    Do you arrive at work every morning grumbling or do face the day with a big smile on your face? Having a ‘case of the Mondays’ seems like the norm in many workplaces. But it’s also a major contributor to poor work performance, team breakdown, and project failure. While employers try to do their best to raises employee morale and bring back this employee satisfaction, it’s actually up to each individual employee to take control of their own happiness. By changing your perception of work, you can experience true satisfaction in any job.
  • 5 Ways to Get Your Weekend Back

    Was your weekend light on relaxation and heavy on work? You're not alone. Thirty-five percent of us now work on weekends at least part of the time, according to the Department of Labor.

  • 3 Ways Flextime Could Hurt Your Career

    It's the new American dream: work full-time, with benefits, but from home -- at least part of the time. But flextime gigs aren't always all they're cracked up to be. Before you assume that your flexible work schedule is the answer to all your work-life balance problems, here's what to look at.

  • Quora: When High-Paying Jobs Make You Miserable

    What do you do when you’re bringing home the bacon, but you can’t stand your job? We turn to the Quora community to see what its members have to say about sticking with a high-paying job that you hate versus ditching the 9-to-5 to pursue a more fulfilling (and potentially less lucrative) career path.

  • Family Medical Leave Act: It's Not Just Sick Pay
    No one should have to choose between caring for family and having a job. The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) gives eligible workers the right to care for family members without suffering retaliation from employers.
  • 3 Little Things That Create Work-Life Balance

    Sometimes, it seems like all the advice we read on work-life balance is about the big stuff that's largely outside our control. After all, if you're not the boss or a millionaire, it's pretty hard to just give yourself a reduced/flexible schedule or announce that you're absolutely not available after-hours for emails. So what's a regular Joe or Jane to do?

  • Are There Really More Stay-at-Home Dads?

    The number of stay-at-home dads has doubled over the past 15 years, but that doesn't necessarily mean we're entering an era of equal-opportunity childcare and career development.

  • Quora: Biggest Career Mistakes and Lessons Learned
    Successful careers are often built off of lessons learned, but it’s hard to believe business moguls like Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg have ever faced a career slip-up. We turn to the Quora community to see what others have to say about their biggest career mistakes.
  • Some Women Are Leaning In So Hard, They're Falling Over

    Katrina Alcorn has a bone to pick with Sheryl Sandberg. Alcorn, a working mom who left her job as a web design manager to start working for herself, thinks that too much emphasis on "leaning in" is causing stress for some parents.

  • Even Kanye West Looks for Candidates on LinkedIn
    Rap mogul and new father Kanye West is looking to hire a few key personnel for his new clothing line, and he’s turning to LinkedIn to find these lucky candidates. We'll take a look at five questions to consider before applying to a job for a celebrity or the mom n' pop on the corner.
  • Is the 72-Hour Work Week the New Normal?

    If a recent survey is correct, the standard 40-hour week could soon look like vacation. (Vacation, as we know, now looks like you, hunched over your smartphone on the beach, shielding your inbox from the glare with your own body.)

  • 6 College Jobs That Will Boost Your Resume
    The last thing college students want to think about is how to fit work into their already hectic schedules. As a result, many undergraduates lose out on valuable resume-building opportunities. Here are six schedule-friendly campus jobs that will help students get some studying out of the way, earn some extra cash, and boost their resume along the way.
  • Blurred Lines in the Workplace
    Workplace dynamics have become increasingly problematic thanks to social media making the lives of employees and employers easily accessible online. Can this intermingling of personal and professional be detrimental to the workplace hierarchy?
  • Quora: Should I Choose a Career for Money or Happiness?
    Whether to choose a career that pays well or a career that brings you fulfillment is the million-dollar question in every professional’s life. We turn to the Quora community to see what they have to say about going after dollars or sense.