5 Early Jobs of Famous Billionaires

No one starts off their career at the top. It takes a little experience, and often quite a bit of time, to succeed. Even the brilliant entrepreneur and innovator Steve Jobs spent some time honing in on his purpose and …

5 Things to Know Before You Start Your First Real Job

The 2015 semester has come to a close, and for college seniors, the college experience isn't far behind. If you're a college senior, and you're thinking about embarking on your first career, you might find yourself feeling a little intimidated by the unknown. But fear not, PayScale has your back. Here are five questions to ask to prepare you for your first post-college job in the real world.

College Seniors Are (Unrealistically?) Optimistic About Their Job Prospects

It's good to be young. Seeing a wide open future sprawled out before you with plenty of awesome fruit just ripe for picking can make you feel like the possibilities are endless. As we get older, a lot of people become more pessimistic, and even bitter. Actually, Americans are pretty gloomy and doomy about the future in general these days. The optimism of our youth is a good thing. But, when it comes to the job market, is that optimism realistic?

Getting Hired: 6 Mental Makeovers for the Class of 2015

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.

How to Rock Your First Job

If you're graduating this spring, you're probably full of trepidation about what awaits you on the other side of that commencement ceremony -- even if you've been lucky enough to line up a job. No matter how casual the corporate culture you're about to enter, it'll be a big change from your life as a student. Here's what to expect.