The latest entry into the late-night talk show ring is none other than Daily Show alum Samantha Bee and her new show, Full Frontal. She's a remarkable newcomer for a few reasons. First, she's a woman in a sea of dudes behind desks (a literal representation of this was recently published by Vanity Fair). Secondly, she's created a writing staff that is atypical for comedy staffs — it's 50 percent female and 30 percent nonwhite. So how did she manage that? The answers could surprise you.
There have been many scientific studies (not just anecdotal evidence) that being attractive can land you a job, promotion, or raise. But did you know that a new study has shown it can actually work against you? Some jobs might just favor the "average Joe" over the "devilishly handsome Joe."
Reforming the criminal justice system has been a surprising talking point for both parties as we inch closer to the 2016 elections. Members from either side of the aisle agree that our prisons are overpopulated (accounting for almost 25 percent of the world's incarcerated population) and there's a need to reduce the number of inmates, but what happens once the formerly incarcerated are reintegrated into society? President Obama has detailed a plan that may begin to answer some of those questions, starting with the job hunt.
Get ready for the real world, class of 2015. College is a supportive haven with lots of safety nets and a focus on individual achievement, but the workplace has different rules. You’re going to have to prove you can be fearless and independent, but also willing to share your success. Here's how to change your thinking.
Hiring managers are beginning to veer away from conventional methods of advertising job vacancies, and they are, instead, turning to social media to locate qualified candidates. Their weapon of choice? A little thing known as a hashtag. See how hashtags are a candidate’s best friend when it comes to finding a job in today’s digital age.
Just as businesses need to understand their customers in order to effectively market to them, candidates also need to know what hiring managers are looking for in order to get noticed and get hired. Jack Welch helps job seekers to get a leg-up on the competition with “The Four Es and a P” of hiring.
Google is taking the "birds of a feather" concept to a whole new level when it comes to finding qualified candidates. See how the company's new patented technology plans to locate prospective employees by using data from its current employee gene pool.
LinkedIn can be your best career advocate, if you know how to use it to your benefit. Here are five ways that joining LinkedIn conversations can help you make the connections necessary to boost your network and career.
As it turns out, the good employers that provide promising careers want to hire you because of your strengths and your weaknesses. Don’t believe us? Then, read on to find out more.