10 Tips for Graduates on Work Life From People Who Have Been There

After graduation, the pursuit of a career can appear to be a daunting task. Everyone has advice and rules. Follow your dreams. Follow the money. Never be late. Never be early. Preparing to enter the work force is sometimes harder work than the actual job. So, what exactly do you really need to know when you graduate from college? Take a look at 10 pieces of advice from people who have been there.

Improving Your Bottom Line with an Authentic Corporate Culture

The popular buzz phrase for many companies is “corporate culture”, which is increasingly becoming more important in the race for top talent and performance. A well-defined corporate culture is the personality of a business to the outside world. Above the mission statement and vision plan, the corporate culture determines the way in which employees and clients view the company as a living, breathing organism.

Addicted to Technology? 10 Reasons to Unplug for More Brain Power

The human brain is an amazing organ, capable of operating at average speeds of 100 Hz per second, with over 10 billion neurons firing at once in a very efficient manner. While this is a bit slower than the standard operating system of a computer or mobile device, most people find it increasingly important to utilize technology to augment their normal workday. Multi-tasking for eight hours a day seems like the norm for millions of working professionals.

Out-of-the-ordinary Job Opportunities on LinkedIn [infographic]

Just when you thought you've seen it all, LinkedIn released an infographic revealing ads featuring everything from ninjas to Antarctica to Diane von Furstenberg. If job hunting hasn't been promising lately, you may want to test your luck with these not-so-conventional opportunities that could possibly hold the key to your career success!

#PayChat: Does a college degree always pay off?

It’s almost time for #PayChat, PayScale's monthly Twitter chat where we discuss your most burning questions regarding career and pay. In the past, we've discussed everything from networking to negotiation, and this Wednesday, May 29th at 10:30 a.m. (PST), we’ll talk about another important aspect of career and pay – education. We'll talk about how what you study in college affects your career prospects. Want to get advice on whether or not to go back to school or learn how to make a successful career out of a degree you already have? Join the #PayChat.

Fashion Models Strut Into U.S. More Easily Than Engineers

If you're tall, thin, gorgeous and make a living off those traits it's easier to get an American work visa than university-trained engineers. A puzzling 20-year-old decision by Congress allowed models to be included in the H-1B class of visas, an oversight that has led to relatively preferential treatment for foreign-born beauty over brain.

TED Talks – David Pogue: 10 Top Time-Saving Tech Tips

David Pogue, the New York Times' tech columnist, delivered an informative TED Talk earlier this year outlining 10 time-saving tips to help people with everyday technology use. These clever tips aren't ground-breaking or revolutionary by any means, but you will definitely have an "aha moment" after hearing how they can make your daily life a little less annoying and bit more efficient.

How Many Grads Have Jobs Related to Their Major?

A new study suggests the American workforce is remarkably over-educated and underemployed. The young adult workforce, this research claims, holds degrees, but works menial jobs that don't call for the skills they learned in college. Think the stereotypical liberal arts major serving up coffee or philosophy grad dressing storefront mannequins. But is that really the case?