Your current job is obviously not working out for you. You want something else and that's just not readily available where you are. Maybe you need more flexibility, a promotion, increased responsibilities … whatever your need, your current company is unable to provide it, and that's the reason you applied for a new job in the first place. But now that you have a job offer and have let your manager know your intention of leaving soon, things have started to change. Your manager wants to do everything in her power to get you to stay. She's had a discussion with HR and is making you a counteroffer. Should you accept it?
In recent years, the minimalism mindset has attracted an increasing amount of attention and curiosity. At first glance, this "less is more" approach might not seem realistic in a busy lifestyle that's built on ambition and career growth. If you're starting to feel burned out, disillusioned or unfulfilled, however, it could be worth looking into how a minimalist perspective may result in greater career happiness. Here are just a few of the aspects and habits to consider.
The 2015 semester has come to a close, and for college seniors, the college experience isn't far behind. If you're a college senior, and you're thinking about embarking on your first career, you might find yourself feeling a little intimidated by the unknown. But fear not, PayScale has your back. Here are five questions to ask to prepare you for your first post-college job in the real world.
With 2015 coming to an end and a new year just around the corner, it's nice to reflect on some of the positive things that have happened in the career world this year, from companies offering increased paid family leave to millennials teaching us what success should look like in the future. Here are a few of the top career stories of 2015 to help close out the year on a good note.
Are you one of the many Americans who are married to their careers and have little to no time (or energy) to even think of having a life outside of work? If so, then it may be time to consider another career that allows for better work-life balance, so that you don't have a life of all work and no play. Read on to see nine careers that will allow you to have your cake and eat it too.
Retirement can be one of the greatest times of our lives, and making smart decisions about how and where to spend those years can make all the difference in the world. You want to retire somewhere safe, somewhere lovely ... plus, wherever you choose needs to have solid healthcare options and, perhaps most importantly, a cost of living that you can afford.