Why Stay Interviews Are the New Exit Interviews

Last month, the unemployment rate for college graduates aged 25 and up was 2.4 percent. Good news for you, if you're a worker with a four-year degree, but bad news for your employer if you decide to leave and force them to search for your replacement in a tighter labor market. It's no wonder, then, that many companies are being proactive about keeping their current employees happy and motivated in their jobs. Enter the "stay" interview.

5 Ways to Tell If the Corporate Culture Is Right for You … Before Accepting a Job Offer

Finding the right company is just as important as finding the right job. Far too many professionals take the first job offer thrown their way out of desperation and impulse, without considering whether the company is a good fit, culturally. That's like marrying someone after the first or second date without knowing anything about that person, other than what you gathered online. A little crazy, right? Unfortunately, what ends up happening is that these eager professionals quickly grow unhappy in their jobs after discovering that it wasn't love at first sight – and this, folks, is why there are so many unhappy and disgruntled workers in America.

Is Diversity Declining in Top Professions?

A half-century after the advent of affirmative action, diversity in the nation's top professions appears to be stagnating. An analysis by the New York Times includes startling figures showing that the percentage of black doctors and architects, to name a couple fields, has remained the same for two decades.