The 15 hardest-working cities in America
Work takes up a large amount of time for many Americans. On top of that, people also have to deal with their daily commutes. It all adds up.
The Office of the New York City Comptroller released a study this month highlighting the cities in which people spend the most time working and commuting. The office used... Read More
2 common résumé mistakes that make hiring managers cringe
Once you press "submit" on a job application, there's no going back — and with the overload of résumés that hiring managers receive, you have very little time to impress them.
We all know to double-check for typos and grammatical errors, and to avoid crazy fonts and colors, but there are some lesser known... Read More
19 high-paying jobs for people who don't like stress
Think there's no such thing as a high-paying, low-stress job?
Career-information expert Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., compared average salaries and stress levels of the 767 occupations identified by the US Department of Labor to identify jobs with that perfect combination of high pay and low stress,... Read More
10 sentences great bosses never say
If you've ever had a bad boss, you probably have a litany of sentences tucked away in your memory that stand out as the red flags that made that manager so terrible to work for.
Here I have picked ten that any manager should be banned from using. If you find these sentences coming out of your mouth as a... Read More