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    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.
  • 4 Reasons People Skills Are More Important Than Ever
    We all know that technology has changed the way we work. With all of the talk of STEM jobs, telecommuting, and social networking, it can seem as though perhaps the skills that mattered most years ago have fallen out of fashion. As long as you can saddle up to new technology and navigate the internets effectively, you should be all set, right? Wrong. It turns out people skills are even more important than ever. Here are a few reasons why.
  • Workplace Lulz: Bacon Bits Are the Key to Career Success
    With help from our friends at Reddit, your Friday is about to get significantly better. Take some advice from awkward seal and this dog dressed up in a suit as we take on the hilarious and sometimes sensitive issues we often experience in the workplace. Today, we cover everything from understanding your benefits to how to deal when your co-worker brings his pet goat to your BBQ. Oh, and Bacon Bits.
  • Key Results of the 2015 Women In the Workplace Study
    Women in the Workplace, a recent study conducted by LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Company – building off of similar work done by the latter in 2012 – examines the current state of women in corporate America. Over 100 companies and nearly 30,000 employees participated. The survey results and accompanying data shed some light on the fact that women are still underrepresented at every level of corporate life, and the study goes a step further, examining the root causes of the problem. Let's take a closer look at a few of the key findings.
  • How To Tell If People Management IS For You
    Just because you are doing exceptionally in your current job doesn't mean you are ready to take on a managerial position. It also does not mean that your career path is only in the individual contributor career track. You won't really know if you are a good people manager, unless you really start managing a team, but if you have the following traits, that's a great start.
  • From /r/CareerGuidance: How Do I Apply for an Entry-Level Job ... Before Graduation?
    Picture this: You're in your junior year of pursuing a computer science degree. And one day, while your working your crappy college retail job, it hits you. It's time to get super cereal about your career. But where do you start? How do you apply for an entry-level position? Allow us to explain.
  • How to Network Your Way to a New Job
    If you are a job seeker, it pays to look for more than one route to land your job. If you're lucky and if you're a perfect match, applying online directly may be the only thing you ever need to do. On the other hand, if you're stretching to a new role that's slightly beyond your current experience, you might need a little bit of help to get around Applicant Tracking Systems and disinterested recruiters. Knowing someone on the inside sometimes pays.
  • Workplace Lulz: Hungry Llamas Are Your Corporate Spirit Animal
    The workplace naturally presents us with many situations to poke fun at. From trying to look productive while secretly texting during a work meeting to that magical feeling when you go on your first business trip, most of us have a career anecdote to share. Online, people sometimes share their experiences via meme. Sit back and laugh at these hilarious workplace gifs with some subtle career advice on the side.
  • 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 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.
  • 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.
  • 3 Lessons Learned From the 2015 World Championships of Public Speaking
    The organization Toastmasters International has been helping people improve their public speaking skills for years. With tried and true techniques (and through a lot of practice), Toastmasters turns nervous presenters into experienced and confident orators. The winner of this year's competition can teach us a thing or two about how to get our listeners' attention, whether it's in the weekly status report meeting or the annual company-wide conference.
  • Here's Why You Have Impostor Syndrome (Even Though You Shouldn't)
    Do you feel like a fake? If so, you might be suffering from impostor syndrome, the feeling of intellectual or professional fraudulence that manifests as severe self-doubt. Even when all evidence indicates that they are competent, someone experiencing impostor syndrome can't shake the feeling that they don't know what they're doing professionally, and that soon enough someone is going to find out that they're faking their way through their job and they'll be fired.
  • Generation X Is Shockingly Unprepared for Retirement
    Generation Xers are known for a lot of things. They're cynical, yet entrepreneurial, individualistic, and super tech-savvy. But some fear that, soon, they'll be known for something else – their total and complete lack of planning and preparation for retirement. Here's what you need to know.
  • How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome
    Impostor syndrome is a common phenomenon, but that doesn't make it any easier to live with. The humble among us stare into the face of this monster when starting out in a new career or a new job. Others find themselves still stuck in a state of self-doubt years after experiencing real success – wondering how they got here and when others are going to realize that they don't know what they're doing. The fear and anxiety can be uncomfortable to manage, and hold you back personally and professionally. So, instead of wallowing in your imagined fakery, work on overcoming it with these tips.
  • Network Like a Pro: How to Demonstrate Trustworthiness Through Body Language
    It's important to appear trustworthy when interviewing for a new job or building relationships with potential clients. In fact, in business, helping others realize that they can rely on you and that you operate with integrity is crucial. But, building trust can be tricky. And if you're not careful, your body language could work against you.
  • 7 Tips for Young Women Who Aspire to Be Leaders
    While some girls are busy dreaming about their wedding day, others are fantasizing about being the next Sheryl Sandberg or Mary Barra. For the ambitious, here's some advice to support you in your endeavors and encourage you to become the leader you are truly meant to be.
  • Jobs to Thrill Your Inner Child: Panda Nanny
    Forget kids! Why nanny for human offspring when you could be spending your time with baby panda cubs instead? A handful of organizations, including the Giant Panda Protection and Research Center in the Sichuan province of southwest China, actually employ a category of workers known as panda nannies, the primary responsibility of whom, as the job title suggests, is to play with painfully adorable panda cubs.
  • 5 Quotes That Will Inspire You to Keep Chasing Your Dreams
    If only we could all go back in time and be the fearless children we once were. Maybe – just maybe – we would have the courage to chase our wildest dreams in our lives as adults. There's no doubt that life hardens us all over time and causes even the best of us to give in to the pressures of "making something" of ourselves. Along the way, our childlike glee seems to fade as we lose focus on what truly makes us happy in life. Instead, it's easy to end up following someone else's dreams and not our own. Here are five quotes that will hopefully convince you that it's not too late to go after your dreams, no matter how wild and crazy they may seem.

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