Why Get Your Master’s in Nursing? [infographic]

Have you ever considered a career as a health care professional? Getting a master's degree in nursing can help open up a myriad of doors for you, and the professional and personal benefits are endless. The University of San Fransisco put together the below infographic to help you figure out if a master's in nursing is right for you.

Need Better References? Hire a Professional Liar

You can't put a price on honesty, but lies come pretty cheap. For example, $59 a month will get you the services of one Timothy Green, whose company Paladin Deception Services offers professional fibbing for people ranging from hooky players to serial philanderers. But the real bulk of his business, Green says, comes from job seekers.

How to Avoid a Life of Quiet Desperation

Many of us don't feel in control of our careers. Sure, we'd love to have jobs that inspire and challenge us, but so much of the factors that go into creating those dream gigs seem external to us. First, the job has to exist. Then, we have to persuade someone to hire us. Finally, we have to hope that the job doesn't change into something we don't want to do over time. We'd have better luck finding a unicorn, right? Wrong.

3 Tips for Creating a Work Wardrobe on the Cheap

Even in this post-formal business attire age, most of us are forced to dress slightly differently for work than we would for, say, hanging around our house watching Netflix. The worst part is that work attire generally doesn't come cheap. So what's a frugal professional to do?

3 Techniques for Answering Inappropriate Interview Questions

When you're preparing for a job interview, you're playing a guessing game, figuring out what the interviewer will ask you while simultaneously finding out more about the job. Of course, no matter how well you prepare, you have to be able to roll with the punches. Especially if your interviewer doesn't stick to the script -- or even to questions he's legally allowed to ask.

5 Tips for Post-Vacation Productivity

You're sitting at your desk, blankly staring at your computer screen and remembering the days (which were just yesterday) when you were sipping a cocktail on a beautiful beach. Unfortunately, your vacation is over and it's time to get back to work. Easing back into regular life is often difficult when you have hundreds of emails to reply to and a week's worth of memos to catch up on. Here are five tips that will help you get productive again after your vacation.