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These are the Top 15 companies hiring for $100K+ jobs in September 2018
To help you find what you are looking for, Ladders has put together this list of companies hiring for the highest paying jobs as of September 2018.
11 signs you’re going to be successful, even if it doesn’t feel like it
If you're pursuing your passions, if you're learning, and if you're forging solid relationships, you're probably on track to being successful.
15 companies hiring for $100K+ jobs with really awesome Instagram accounts
How did we live before Instagram? Well we probably didn't have our nose in our phones as much, but seriously an Instagram account can say so much about a company and the people who work for it.
These are the Top 15 companies hiring for $100K+ jobs in August 2018
To help you find what you are looking for, Ladders has put together this list of companies hiring for the highest paying jobs as of August 2018.
5 of the best keyboard shortcuts you probably aren’t using
It’s safe to say you probably abide by the basics, but there are numerous keyboard shortcuts you’re probably missing out on. (Seriously, there’s so much more to the world of life-changing shortcuts than Command + F.)
These are the Top 50 best places to work for in 2018
It's summer which means most of us are clamoring to get out of the office most of the time. However, if you work for one of these 50 companies that may not be the case. Indeed just released its 50 top-rated workplaces in America annual report and some pretty impressive companies made the cut.
You need to clean your earbuds ASAP
Do you know how many times you’ve put them in your ears, stuffed them into your pocket, shoved them into your bag, held them in your sweaty palm and put them back in your ears again? Infinite.
12 innovative ways to innovate your innovation
Innovation at large companies is hard, but it doesn’t have to be. Follow these 12 innovative steps to innovate and increase innovation in the workplace and you’ll be innovating in no time.
These are the Top 15 companies hiring for $100K+ jobs in July 2018
To help you find what you are looking for, Ladders has put together this list of companies hiring for the highest paying jobs as of July 2018. Ladders compiled the data using its continuously updated database of high-paying jobs. Check them out — and click through to see job openings that might be right for you.
Overconfident CEOs increase commitment of employees and stakeholders
Confidence is infectious. A new study on CEO overconfidence found that employees and stakeholders begin to internalize the CEO's commitment to the company as their own.
The real reason Apple and Google want you to use your phone less
If tech is “hijacking your brain” with their “irresistible” products, as some tech critics claim, why are these companies now acting against their own interests? Perhaps the tech giants have had a change of heart or have been persuaded by public pressure to change their ways? Hardly.
Apple’s new ‘app limits’ feature can help curb smartphone use
Instagram lets you track how much time you waste on its app, but Apple also showed that it wasn’t far behind, announcing yesterday that the iOS 12 update coming this fall will include "App Limits" that helps restrict the amount of usage, according to your settings.
This iPhone feature can radically improve your life and relationships
How to radically enhance your memory, since remembering key details is essential to becoming a good friend and, without question, when you become a good friend, you will change people’s lives.
This is what Steve Jobs did to get the best feedback from employees
To get the best feedback, take note from Apple co-founder and Pixar former chairman's Steve Jobs' approach to it — don't make feedback an optional question, make it a demand of every meeting that each employee is responsible for answering.
According to this 1976 referral letter, ‘flaky’ Steve Jobs did not come across well on the phone
Steve Jobs may have been one of the greatest minds of our time, but he didn't come across that way when he was launching the Apple 1 computer back in the mid-70s. According to letters written by Mike Rose in 1976, a Silicon Valley advertising executive, after speaking with Jobs on the phone he found the project they were working on to be "flakey" and even called him a "joker."
People don’t want something truly new, they want the familiar done differently
The lesson of the California Roll is simple — people don’t want something truly new, they want the familiar done differently. Interestingly, this lesson applies just as much to the spread of innovation as it does to tastes in food.
Tim Cook to Duke’s Class of 2018: ‘You must find your fearlessness’
Here is the transcript (and video) of Tim Cook's commencement speech to Duke's Class of 2018.
What Steve Jobs learned building fences with his father that changed the course of history
Apple may have made radical changes to the way the world communicates, but we can also learn something from Steve Jobs' life before the company.
Most successful entrepreneurs are older than you think
The romanticized image of entrepreneurs is a picture of youth: a 20-something individual with disruptive ideas, boundless energy and a still-sharp mind. Silicon Valley has bet on this image for years. But is this right? Far from it.
Tim Cook to MIT’s Class of 2017: ‘How will you serve humanity?’
It's graduation season, and we here at Ladders have decided to take a look back and showcase some past commencement addresses that stand the test of time. Here is the full transcript of Tim Cook's commencement address to MIT's Class of 2017.
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.
This is how your kids might accidentally get you fired
After an iPhone X engineer brought his daughter to the Apple campus, he was fired after she posted a YouTube video of her visit that went viral.
Here’s the crucial lesson Steve Jobs taught Apple’s Jony Ive about focus
According to the advice Steve Jobs gave Jony Ive, to organize your life, you'll need to prioritize what matters to you and clear away the clutter.
Apple posts job teaching Siri to listen to users’ troubles
Apple is hiring a trainer to teach its artificially-intelligent voice interface, Siri, to have "serious conversations." Would you trust it?
Apple’s huge new office is a lot nicer than yours
With its round, glass structures, the new headquarters is built according to the final plan created by the company's founder all the way back in 2011.