Jim DelCioppo

Jim DelCioppo

Jim DelCioppo is the Editor in Chief of Ladders and can be reached at jdelcioppo@theladders.com.

Articles by Jim DelCioppo

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This might be the best internship (or sun-ternship) of 2018

Days Inn is looking to pay an amateur photographer to travel across the United States for one month this summer, capturing photos of that glorious, orange star in the sky, in America's sunniest cities — from sunrise yoga in San Diego to a sunset sail in Miami.

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If you’re a New Yorker who wants to visit Hawaii, read this now

Hawaii Tourism United States (HTUSA) is launching Work From Hawaii, a program consisting of six "residencies" for each of the state's main islands — Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and the Island of Hawaii — where you can work remotely in a stunning location or get your side hustle on.

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Study: Taking a 5-day Facebook vacation will reduce stress levels

A new study published in the The Journal of Social Psychology concludes that a short-term hiatus from Facebook can help combat stress.

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The ultimate summer job: Travel the world and get paid to do it

If you've ever dreamt of traveling the world and exploring new places, now might be your best chance to cross off a few destinations on your bucket list. WOW Air is looking for a travel guide to cover as many of its 38 destinations as you can over the summer.

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Police investigate YouTube active shooter

Police have confirmed Tuesday afternoon that they were responding to an active shooter situation at the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, Calif.

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35% of Americans would give up the right to vote for a raise

LendEDU surveyed 1,238 employed people in the U.S. and asked what they would be willing to sacrifice for a 10% raise and the results were interesting, to say the least.

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This Steve Jobs 1973 job application was so bad you literally won’t believe it

Even the founder of Apple could be lazy at times, as an application by the then-18-year-old shows.

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Senators call for better data collection to measure economic impact of sexual harassment

A group of 22 senators sent a letter to the Department of Labor on Monday requesting that the department establish better, and more detailed, methods of collecting data on sexual harassment in the workplace.