What Your Tweets and Posts Tell Recruiters Could Keep You From Getting the Job

Would you think twice about sharing a mindless "I'm so bored" post on social media if you knew that research shows that people who do so experience higher rates of heart attacks and strokes? What's worse, research that ties social media use to emotional stability/instability is making its way into the hands of people that you probably don't want to be privy to such information: recruiters, hiring managers, and employers. Here's what you need to know about what your social media sharing is saying about you.

The Key to Success Is Authenticity

Successful entrepreneurs have one thing in common that has very little to do with luck, education, or money – it’s actually their ability to be true to themselves and their dreams. Let’s take a look at three entrepreneurs whose authenticity helped them build wildly successful empires, even when the odds were against them.

Why Happy People Have the Most Difficult Jobs

People who tend to have happy dispositions are usually those who have jobs that come with more difficult tasks. There is one very simple explanation for this -- the happiest people are the ones who are being challenged and feel they are serving a purpose.