We all need to move on to the next step in our careers at times. We might look for another job because our egos were bruised at our current gig, or we might jump ship for a better position. Best practice is to not burn bridges as we move from one company to the next.
Real people get paid to play and test video games during development. Next time you think you are wasting your time playing video games, consider putting your hobby to work.
Recently, several media outlets have claimed that raising fast-food workers' salaries would raise the price of a Big Mac by only 68 cents. This figure represented only a 17 percent rise in prices; if it sounds too good to be true, it is. However, other research shows that the actual effects of paying workers a living wage, while higher than 68 cents, are not as bad as corporations make out.
Whether you want to work as a lawyer, work for lawyers, or are considering hiring a lawyer, it is good to understand the facts behind how lawyers bill.
Freedom of speech restricts the government's ability to suppress speech. The government may not restrict citizens from gathering in public or staging peaceful demonstrations, among other things. The First Amendment does not restrict private employers from firing you for talking about work on Facebook, but the National Labor Relations Board just might.
Don't wait until tomorrow to implement this Jerry Seinfeld's foolproof way to end procrastination.
It doesn't get much wilder and wackier than getting paid to go down water slides.
If you are looking for a job, love to swim, and can hold your breath for a long time, you may be able to find work as a mermaid.
The basic concept of right to work is that those who wish to work should not be prevented from doing so. On the surface, that sounds like an excellent initiative. Dig a little deeper, and you will find the right to work movement is an attempt to fight the formation of unionized labor.
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