• How Long to Take the Perfect Nap [infographic]

    Napping is associated with everything from greater mental clarity and higher rates of productivity to not wanting to dump your mid-afternoon coffee over your coworkers' heads. If you're able to sneak in a little shuteye at the office, there's a science to getting just the right amount of snooze time.

  • Shhh! The Hunt for Job Search Confidentiality
    Many professionals who lost their jobs during the economic downturn took any job that came their way to make ends meet, but now that the job market is taking a turn for the better, more people are looking to ditch their “in-between” jobs for a lasting career. We’ll take a look at how to be a clandestine job hunter so that you don’t get caught cheating on your employer.
  • CEOs Make Bank, But How Much is Too Much? [infographic]
    The leader of a company is expected to make considerably more than the average employee, but at what point, if any, does the discrepancy become unethical?
  • Salary Scrimmage: Party Schools vs. Sober Schools [infographic]

    The decision of whether to go to a party school or a sober school probably has a lot more to do with the student's recreational interests and general lifestyle than it does with earning potential. But since neither beer nor milk buys itself, we thought we'd take a look at both types of institution on an earning-potential basis.

  • Social Media Etiquette From a Kindergartener [infographic]
    It seems the code for social media etiquette has finally been cracked, and it’s easy enough for a 5-year-old to comprehend. In their playful infographic, Uberflip explains the five incredibly simple rules to minding your Ps and Qs online, so that you don’t find yourself in timeout for not playing nice.
  • 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.
  • Which Social Network Will Get You Hired? [infographic]
    With an estimated increase in investment of 73 percent, social media recruiting is the new hot trend for companies with vacancies. Take a look at JobVite’s infographic to see how social recruiting is significantly impacting the hiring scene.
  • It’s All Fun and Games, Until You Get Cut Off [infographic]
    College can be a fun and exciting time, but what happens when your parents cut you off financially and it’s time to pay your own bills? Have no fear, OnlineCollege.org has the post-grad finance cheat sheet you’ve been praying for, to get your finances under control and aligned with your long-term goals.
  • Baby Boomers: Making Retirement Work for Them [infographic]
    With their kids grown up and out of the house, the Baby Boomer generation is seeing that hard work pays off -- and, boy, is it fun! We’ll take a look at how the “Me Generation” spends their time, money, and energy now that retirement is right around the corner.
  • Who Works in Fast Food Today? [infographic]

    Fast food workers in 60 cities around the country have been on strike this past week, demanding $15 an hour (or almost double the minimum wage in some areas) and the right to form unions.

  • The Career Monogamy Dilemma [infographic]

    Careers are much like marriages: they both consume your every waking moment, they're both love/hate relationships, and, statistically speaking, they usually end in some sort of separation. We'll take a look at why professionals nowadays have wandering eyes when it comes to their careers.

  • Cash in on Odd Jobs [infographic]
    If you find yourself hating the minutiae of your boring, everyday job, then why not try your hand out at one of these odd jobs that surprisingly bring home the bacon.
  • How Do Americans Use Their Vacation Time? [infographic]

    It's officially September, which means that most Americans have either taken their summer vacations -- or make an uncomfortable peace with the fact that they're probably not taking one.

  • 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.

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Career Mentors: Make a Connection That Matters [infographic]
    All of the successful business moguls have had mentors along the way, so why don't you? Take a look at the infographic after the cut to see how to find and keep a mentor, so that you can establish the career you've always wanted.
  • For the Horde! 10 Rad Jobs of the Future [infographic]
    It's time to start considering what the future of the job market is going to look like because, according to Manolith's infographic, there will be plenty of amazing "sci-fi" type of careers opening up very soon. So, if you're in a dead-end job and are looking to make a career out of your secret techy passions, then check out this infographic and start geeking out!
  • 5 Reasons Recruiters Are Ignoring Your LinkedIn Profile

    All the career experts said that LinkedIn was the place to be for job hunters. You made a LinkedIn profile, but now the recruiters are staying away in droves. What gives?

  • How LinkedIn Helps Passive Job Seekers Land Their Dream Jobs
    You already know by now that LinkedIn is a great tool to help with your job search, but it's also the place to be when you're NOT directly looking for a job. Passive job seekers are already employed, but willing to take on a new opportunity, should the offer fit the bill. So, whether you're actively seeking a job or not, LinkedIn is where it's at.